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Thousands of mourners have gathered for an open-air funeral service in honour of three Birmingham men killed as they tried to protect businesses from looters.
Tariq Jahan, whose son Haroon was one of the victims, received flowers from people in the crowd.
Hours after losing his son he had appealed to a volatile group to show restraint - and many say his message has endured.
"Our communities of all faiths and non-faiths and of all ethnicities, we have rallied as one like possibly we have never seen before."
One man at the gathering told Sky News: "We wanted to show solidarity with our Muslim friends. We're Christian of course."
I came here initially because I was representing the Jewish community at Sunday's peace rally," said another.