Ray’s last words were in Arabic, the website reported. He made a hand signal consisting of a closed fist with his index finger pointed.
In a statement, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said, “Ray’s long-delayed appointment with justice is finally met.”
Ray's attorney, Spencer Hahn, said the imam visits monthly with 10 death row inmates, CNN reported.
"Domineque was a devout Muslim and a human being. He was a son, a father, a brother. He wanted equal treatment in his last moments," Hahn told AL.com. "I am beyond appalled at the willingness of Steve Marshall and the State of Alabama to treat a human being differently because he was part of a religious minority. We are better than this."