The Egyptian Dar Al Iftaa: Death is not an occasion for schadenfreude or settling accounts

The Egyptian Dar Al Iftaa said that the comment of some young people in the social media on the destinies of the servants who have moved to the mercy of God Almighty is not one of the characteristics of the believers, nor is it one of the characteristics of people with noble morals.

And the matter is further removed from every nobility and every virtue, to smell in the suspension the smell of schadenfreude and wishing torment for the one who dies.

Al-Dar added in a post on its official page on the social networking site "Facebook": "This reprehensible morality is contrary to the Sunnah of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, who was keen to save all people from the Fire. Death is not an occasion for schadenfreude or settling accounts, but rather an occasion for a sermon. and consideration.”

And the house continued: "If good manners do not help you to make supplications for the dead and seek forgiveness for him, then be silent and consider, and reflect on your sins and what your hands have committed and your tongue committed, and do not appoint yourself as a guardian over Heaven or Hell; the mercy of God Almighty encompasses everything."

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