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The daughter of Mohammed Saleem has spoken of her devastation following her father's death earlier this year.
Pavlo Lapshyn was today sentenced to life in jail for his murder with a minimum of forty years.
The Muslim Council of Britain has expressed concern at what it says was a reluctance from the police to categorise the death of Mohammed Saleem as an Islamophobic attack.
The Muslim Council of Britain has released a statement welcoming the sentencing of Pavlo Lapshyn, who has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Birmingham pensioner and for terror offences.
But the council warned of the importance of challenging anti-Muslim hatred.
The council says: "There are many lessons to be drawn from this case: the response of the authorities, and our collective unwillingness to treat anti-Muslim hatred seriously. Lapshyn's terrorist activities should not be seen on isolation.
"There are some who will view his activities as those of a lone wolf. But in a summer that saw an unprecedented rise in attacks on Islamic institutions, it is important for all of us to challenge anti-Muslim hatred, just as we challenge those who wrongly use Islam to carry out acts of violence."
Pavlo Lapshyn, sentenced to life in prison for murdering a Birmingham pensioner and committing terror offences, has left court to begin his prison term.
West Midlands Police have released footage of Pavlo Lapshyn detonating a bomb in Ukraine by a tree.
Pavlo Lapshyn, who will now serve life in prison with a minimum of 40 years for the murder of a Birmingham pensioner, was researching right wing supremacist websites as well as websites which supplied parts for bombs.
Lapshyn also took a picture of himself holding the large hunting knife that he used to murder Mohammed Saleem.
The sentencing remarks from the judge who presided over the case can be read here.
Mohammed Saleem's daugher Shazia Khan was among relatives who watched from the public gallery as sentence was passed.
Mr Justice Sweeney read her victim impact statement that said the effect of her father's violent death was "a rollercoaster experience where the ride will never end".
She said that her mother cannot accept the death of her husband of more than 50 years, and is haunted by thoughts that she could have saved him.
West Midlands Police have released an interview with Pavlo Lapshyn, the man who was sentenced today to life in prison with a minimum of 40 years for the murder of a Birmingham pensioner and for terrorism offences.
Pavlo Lapshyn has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 40 years for the murder of pensioner Mohammed Saleem from Birmingham.
Lapshyn's sentence includes 12 years for offences under the Explosives Substances Act and 12 years for offences under the Terrorism Act.
The judge who is sentencing Pavlo Lapshyn says errors Lapshyn made when constructing bombs due to detonate outside a number of mosques means they could have been even more dangerous than they were.
Pavlo Lapshyn is currently listening to Judge Sweeney's comments as he is sentenced for the murder of Birmingham pensioner Mohammed Saleem and for plotting a series of explosions outside mosques in the West Midlands.
Lapshyn is showing no emotion as he listens to the comments through a Russian interpreter.
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Ukrainian Pavlo Lapshyn has pleaded guilty to the murder of Birmingham pensioner, Mohammed Saleem, and plotting explosions near mosques.
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