Daughter of murdered Mohammed Saleem criticises police


The daughter of a man killed on his way home from a mosque says she believes his death was racially-motivated.

Mohammed Saleem, 75, was stabbed after leaving the Green Lane Mosque in Small Heath, Birmingham, on 29 April.

His daughter, Shazia Khan, said police were not listening to her family and her brother was threatened, apparently by the English Defence League, prior to their father's death.

West Midlands Police said it would work "tirelessly to find the killer" of Mr Saleem.

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