TERRIFYING footage shows the moment a knifeman kicks in a door before stabbing his daughter’s father-in-law.
Ahmad Alsino, 43, confronted dentist Mohammed Salem Ibrahim, 55, on his own doorstep over a dispute over wedding gifts for their children.
Alsino, who stabbed Ibrahim four times with a Gino D’Acampo kitchen knife, was pursued by police across Birmingham before his arrest.
The couple had reportedly had an argument over gold jewelry they had gifted to their children at their wedding.
Alsino also attacked his daughter’s husband, Aram Ibrahim, who was seriously injured but survived.
Police released footage showing the killer’s movements before and after the horror attack as he got into his car and fled the scene.
They arrested him at gunpoint less than an hour after the stabbing on March 13 this year.
Emergency services rushed to the scene of the accident in Castle Vale but were unable to save the father-of-five.
The creepy video shows Alsino calmly getting into his car, driving to Ibrahim’s house and aggressively kicking the door while an unknown person stands behind him.
He then lunges at the person inside, presumably his daughter’s father-in-law, while the door camera catches him swinging the knife above his head.
After the brutal ambush, Alsino appears to get back in his car and drive home the way he came before police surround him on his cul-de-sac in Northfield.
Armed police jump out of the convoy of cars and hold him at gunpoint as he lies face down before police handcuff him.
The footage then shows police searching his car, where they find a plastic bag containing two knives.
Forensic experts later found Ibrahim’s blood on the weapon.
Alsino had reportedly driven his pregnant daughter Lylan to the property, where a bitter argument ensued with her partner.
He had tried to kick in the door and when Ibrahim came outside, he attacked him and stabbed him three times in the chest.
Alsino was found guilty of murder, attempted murder and possession of a knife after a three-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court.
Last week he was sentenced to life imprisonment and given a minimum term of 26 years following sentencing in the same court.
During sentencing, Judge Simon Drew said: “You took your pregnant daughter to Cadbury Drive to collect some of her belongings from the house where she lived with her husband Aram and the Ibrahim family.”
“When Lylan was at the house, you waited by the car, angry and upset, but did not seek confrontation.
“When Mohammed Ibrahim left the house, he invited you. This heightened the mood, your anger increased and you declined his invitation.
“When Lylan subsequently called and claimed she was being attacked, you believed her and then lost your temper and armed yourself with a knife.
“You went to the door to force your way in to get it out, but you didn’t manage to open it.
“When the door opened you saw Lylan, Mr Ibrahim and Aram in the front hallway.
“You then launched an unprovoked attack on Mr Ibrahim and Aram, first with your fists and then, in a violent frenzy, with the knife against both of them, stabbing each multiple times.”
The judge added: “I am convinced that you intended to kill Mohammed when you stabbed him.”
“You knew you had seriously injured two men but you did not offer them any help and left the scene without contacting emergency services.
“The entire Ibrahim family, who came to this country to seek refuge, was deeply affected by your actions that day.”
Ibrahim’s daughter said her father was the victim of a “barbaric and brutal” attack.
She said in a statement: “He was a highly respected dentist in the Kurdish community.”
“He was a pillar of the community. He was known not only for his profession, but also for his generosity, kindness and wisdom to everyone who crossed his path.”
Detective Inspector Damian Forrest, of West Midlands Police, added: “Al Sino’s decision to carry and use a knife has resulted in the death of a father.”
“His actions, rightly brought to justice, underscore the irreversible impact such dangerous decisions can have.”
“We know that nothing will ever bring Mr Ibrahim back, but we hope this verdict will provide some comfort to his family and friends.”