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DM must have run out of it's normal trash as they decided to go with this as their main story.

 

 

 

As he prepares to take his last breath, this is the incredible moment a murderer is spared the gallows just seconds before he is due to be hanged after a dramatic reprieve from the victim's mother.

Blindfolded and with the noose tight around his neck, the Iranian killer was due to have the scaffold chair kicked away from under him by the dead man's parents.

But as these compelling pictures show, the mother instead walks up to him, slaps him around the face and chooses to forgive him in an extraordinary act of clemency.

The parents then remove the noose to the joy of the convict's mother who runs over and embraces the grieving woman who let her son walk free.

 
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Seconds from execution: An Iranian killer is slapped around the face by the victim's mother as he prepares to be hanged... but in an extraordinary act of clemency she chooses to let him walk free

 
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Act of mercy: The victim's parents take the noose off the convict's neck after sparing his life, however, under Iranian law, the family does not have any say in the killer's jail sentence

 
 
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The killer, known as Balala, was sentenced to death for stabbing his victim during a street fight years ago

 

 
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The Iranian man was due to have the chair that he was standing on kicked away from under him by the dead man's parents

 

The victim's father, Abdolghani Hosseinzadeh, revealed his wife had a change of heart after her dead son appeared to her in a dream.

He said: 'Three days ago, my wife saw my elder son in a dream telling her that they are in a good place and for her not to retaliate.

 

 

'This calmed my wife and we decided to think more until the day of the execution.'

The father said her actions were even more remarkable because they had already lost a son in a motorbike crash at the age of 11, according to the Guardian which cited the semi-official state news agency Isna.

The killer, known as Balal, was sentenced to death for stabbing 18-year-old Abdollah Hosseinzadeh Jnr, during a street fight in the Iranian town of Royan seven years ago.

 
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The victim's mother (pictured) had a change of heart after her dead son appeared to her in a dram

 

 
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United by grief and joy: The convict's mother embraces the sobbing woman whose teenager was stabbed to death by her son after her incredible act of forgiveness

 

IRAN EXECUTES HUNDREDS A YEAR

Iran was one of the main drivers of a 15 per cent rise in executions around the globe last year, according to Amnesty International.

Figures released by the organisation suggested at least 369 people were put to death, while, in February, it said nearly 100 had already been carried out this year.

But Mr Hosseinzadeh Snr believes Balal did not mean to kill his son.

He said: 'Abdollah was offended and kicked him, but at this time the murderer took a kitch knife out of his socks. 

'Balal didn't know how to handle a knife. He was naive.'

In a literal application of the sharia law of retribution, known as qisas, the victim's family are allowed to take part in the execution.

They also have a say in sparing the death sentence, but not the jail term.

 
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The crowds watch on as the drama unfolds - Iran was one of the main drivers of executions around the globe last year, according to Amnesty International

 

 

 

 

 

People sometimes>>>>>>>

 

We can do such selfless and amazing things

 

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DO NOT FUK AROUND WID IRANIANS

 

AND THEIR FARRRSI SELVES

 

KAII THAT COUNTRY IS ODT

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