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“He even tore my clothes and gloves and I played with bare hands several times.”Upset with his father's attitude towards his chosen path, Alireza decided to run away from home and headed for Tehran, where the country's biggest clubs were.Hopping on a bus after borrowing money from a family relative, he met Hossein Feiz - a football coach who managed a local team.However, his father hated football and felt his son would be better served as a simple worker, providing for their family.“My father didn’t like football at all and he asked me to work,” he told The Guardian.Before Alireza, 25, hit the big time and proudly represented his country at the World Cup in Russia, he was sleeping rough after running away from home aged just 12-years-old.He also took on jobs at a dressmaking factory, washed cars (his speciality was cleaning SUVs because of his height) before he got the opportunity to fulfil his footballing dreams. Born in Sarabias, Lorestan, to a nomad family, little much was expected of him as a young boy.Ruhollah Dadashi reportedly punched Alireza Molla-Soltani in the mouth and slammed him against the car while the two were arguing.Shortly after Alireza Molla-Soltani was arrested, a state prosecutor called for “a speedy resolution” of the case.
Two of the boy’s friends who were with him on the night of the incident are reportedly to receive 80 lashings each in public at the same time.“While we acknowledge the seriousness of the crime for which Alireza Molla-Soltani has been convicted, hanging a minor for acting in what appears to be self-defence is wrong and legally dubious,” said Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui“Furthermore, the Iranian authorities must immediately order a halt to these floggings, and to review the conviction and sentence of all three.His first job was as a shepherd, tending to a flock of sheep on whatever grassy land his dad could find.In his spare time, he would play football with pals, as well well as a local game called Dal Paran - in which you have to throw stones long distances to win.A court in Karaj convicted the boy of “intentional murder” and on 20 August sentenced him to hanging in public.Iran’s Supreme Court upheld the death sentence on 11 September.
Floggings are cruel punishments amounting to torture which are also forbidden under international law,” she added.