Before the decision to execute him, a strange request from the Ismailia serial killer for his mother

Before uttering, next Thursday, the decision of the Grand Mufti of Egypt, “Shawki Allam” to decide his execution, for slaughtering a citizen, separating his head from his body, and mutilating his corpse in front of passers-by on a street in Ismailia Governorate, the Egyptian Abdul Rahman Dabour, known as “The Ismaili Butcher” A strange letter to his mother from inside his prison, in which he asked her to raise “white pigeon nuts” on the balcony of their house, without explaining the reason.

Dabour, also known as Abdul Rahman Nazmi, also said in the letter: “Reassure me of my father, and tell him to forgive me. What are the names of my sister, sisters, and aunts?” Yesterday, Sunday, the local news site “Sada Al-Balad”, details it, accompanied by a video presented below, which contains more information about the message and its content.

In the letter, Dabour also asked his mother to “pay his debts, bring a Quran, in addition to the morning and evening supplications, the stories of the prophets, as well as the book of the reins of heaven and earth,” and concluded it by listing the details of his debts and their beneficiaries. As for the mother, she said that he was “satisfied with his fate and the implementation of the rule of justice, and that all he wanted to do was draw closer to God and seek His forgiveness for what he had committed, and that he deeply regretted it”, according to what “Echo of the Country” reported on her.

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Dabour, aged 30, had killed an Egyptian named Muhammad al-Sadiq, aged 42, on the first of last November, with a knife that cut his head off in Tanta Street in the city of Ismailia. Which was enough to transfer his order to the Mufti of the Republic to decide to execute him, or to return his papers to the “Ismailia Criminal Court” to decide that it is to carry out the death sentence in him, because the opinion of the Mufti “is a non-binding advisory to the court,” according to what a judicial source asked him, “Veto” Egyptian news site. In 2017, what would happen if the Mufti, in his opinion, rejected the death sentence.

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