AN Airdrie man found bleeding to death near a Lanarkshire crematorium has been remembered at a ceremony at a Glasgow Mosque. 

The funeral of Palestinian Mohammad Abu Sammour was held on Thursday afternoon in Glasgow Central Mosque, where he was remembered by his family. 

Mohammad leaves behind his devoted wife Fidaa and their four sons aged from ten years to one year old.

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Fidaa has not told her children the details of how their dad died. Positive Action in Housing is assisting the family with a house move to Glasgow. 

Mohammad’s widow, 38, speaking from their home in Caldercruix, Lanarkshire, said: “Mohammad was an amazing husband. He was gentle, loving, kind, and helpful.

"I just ask anyone who knows anything about what happened to tell the police.”

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Mohammad was found bleeding to death by a terrified resident at Taylor Wimpey’s development, near Holytown Crematorium. He died in hospital a short while later. 

The alleged killer fled in his white Peugeot Partner — later found torched in nearby New Stevenston. It is believed he worked for Osprey Efficient.

On Nov 5, 21-year-old Scott Pearson from Motherwell appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court charged with Mohammad’s murder. He also faced a charge of perverting the course of justice.