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A knifeman who stabbed his dentist to death following a row over wedding gifts for his daughter has been jailed for life.
Ahmad Alsino, 43, confronted his daughter's father-in-law Mohammed Salem Ibrahim, 55, on his own doorstep before launching the frenzied attack with a Gino D'Acampo kitchen knife on March 13.
After stabbing the victim four times he also slashed his daughter's husband, Mr Ibrahim's son, Aram Ibrahim following an argument over gold jewellery given to the couple as wedding gifts.
Alsino was previously found guilty of murder, attempted murder and possession of a knife following a three week trial at Birmingham Crown Court. He was today jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 26 years.
Ahmad Alsino, 43, (pictured) stabbed dentist Mohammed Salem Ibrahim, 55, four times with a Gino D'Acampo kitchen knife at the victim's home in Castle Vale, Birmingham
Alsino confronted his daughter's father-in-law Mohammed Salem Ibrahim, 55, on his own doorstep on Cadbury Drive, in Castle Vale, Birmingham (pictured following the attack)
He launched a frenzied attack at the address (pictured following the attack) with a Gino D'Acampo kitchen knife on March 13
The court was told Alsino had driven his pregnant daughter Lylan to the property where a bitter row broke out with her partner.
Alsino had tried to kick the door down and when Mr Ibrahim came outside he was stabbed four times, with three wounds penetrating his chest.
Sentencing, Judge Simon Drew KC said 'You took your pregnant daughter to Cadbury Drive to collect some of her belongings from the house where she was living with her husband Aram and the Ibrahim family.
'When Lylan was in the house you waited by the car, angry and upset, but not seeking a