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Widow of Birmingham riots hero gives birth to his sonThewidow of a hero killed defending his co

mmunity in the riots has given birth to his son. Khansa Ali, 22, says her lit

tle boy is the spitting image of husband Shahzad who died in August aged 30. Shahzad, his brother, Abdul Musavir, 31, and pal Haroon Jahan, 21, d

ied after they were hit by a car in Birmingham. Khansa, who was four months pregnant at the time, said: “My little boy is a piece of Shahzad. He looks just like his dad, but also has Musavir’s smile. When they died I was so devastated. I lost my husband and brother-in-law. I felt there was no po

int in living. “But now I feel different. I仙人指路中特网网站 have something to look forward to. Now I have something to live for, although I still feel incre

dibly sad that Shahzad isn’t here now. If he was still alive, he would ha

ve been telling the whole world the news and showing off his little boy.” The baby, who has not yet been named, was born last week – a day after Shahzad would

have turned 31. Khansa says her husband, who ran a car valeting business, had dreamed of becoming a dad. She added: “He told me he wanted our first child to be a boy. “When I asked him why, he said the boy would protect his sisters. He loved children and wanted to b

e a father so much. He would always muck about with the kids in the street.” She added: “I will tell my son what happened to his father and how he died a martyr, defending his community. Of course, I’ll wait until he’s old enough to understand. We’ve been collecting all the articles, cards and letters a

nd we will give them to him one day.” Shahzad’s mum, Rukaya Begum, and sister Sumera Ali were at the birth of the baby, who weighed 8lbs. Sumera,

25, said: “Shahzad hoped that his child would have been bor

n on

his birthday and was so excited. “Khansa has been so brave. It’s been very difficult for everyone. I’ve been signed off work with anxiety because I am still find

ing it hard to cope. “But the birth means there is light a

t the end of the tunnel. There are so many mixed emotions.” Haroon’s dad, Tariq, received a Daily Mirror Pride of Britain award in October for his brave call for calm after the killings in Winson Green. Eight suspects have bee

n charged with murdering the three men while five

people remain on police bail pending further inquiries.

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