Many Muslims are of the habit of saying the phrase: “FEE NAARI JAHANNAM” when they hear of the passing away of a non-Muslim especially so, if it was their enemy who passed away. Please comment
Rasulullah (S.A.W.) stated that actions will be judged with the final act committed. A man may have led a life of kufr, but he may have repented and embraced Islam a few minutes prior to the fateful appearance of the Angel of Death. It is, therefore wrong to utter: “Fee Naari Jahannam” when a person dies (whether Muslim or non-Muslim) for one’s end and true condition of heart is known unto only Allah Ta’ala. Assigning one to Heaven or Hell is the sole prerogative of Allah Ta’ala. Man may utter “Fee Naari Jahaanam” a million times, but it is of no consequence in so far as the final position of repose of the deceased. Muslims should desist from making such statements.