Furious in her grief, she was determined Balal would hang. The idea she might pardon her son's killer first came to Samereh Alinejad in a dream. Alinejad clambered up on a stool and rather than pushing away his chair, slapped him across the face. Middle East and North Africa features. She is pleased, she said, so many people were happy with her decision: "I'm glad when people now call me their mum. Her last-minute pardon was a remarkable act of humanity that moved hearts across Iran — and the world — but it took Alinejad by surprise as much as it did Balal, his relatives and her own family. Abdollah was brought up in a religious family. Speaking by phone from Iran's northern Mazandaran province, on the Caspian Sea, Alinejad said she had no intention of sparing Balal's life until the moment she asked for the noose to be removed from his neck. Among the most poignant images is of the mothers, facing each other for the first time, holding one another in their arms.
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