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There is a Hadith that reads as: "When two muslims carry arms against each other and kill themselves all of them will be in Hell-fire." Can it now be inferred that if one of them dies as a result of wounds inflicted by the other, the one who died will be in Hell-fire and the killer who followed path of forgiveness may be forgiven and thus be better as a killer than the killed?

asked 0615 Bani%20Hashim's gravatar image
edited Feb 04 '13 at 23:51

IN THE NAME OF GOD! Salam. Quran:AN-Nisa: O ye who believe! Squander not your wealth among yourselves in vanity, except it be a trade by mutual consent, and kill not one another. Lo! Allah is ever Merciful unto you. ( 29 ) Whoso doeth that through aggression and injustice, we shall cast him into Fire, and that is ever easy for Allah. ( 30 ) Quran: AN-Nisa : Let those fight in the way of Allah who sell the life of this world for the other. Whoso fighteth in the way of Allah, be he slain or be he victorious, on him We shall bestow a vast reward. ( 74 )

answered 516 persiangulf1666's gravatar image

Jazakal Laahu Khayra! The reason why I asked this Question is because I find that chances are there where the killer may be pardoned and thus become the better of the two while, the one Killed has no chances of being forgiven or Pardoned, Am I actually right or wrong?

(Feb 03 '13 at 14:36) Bani Hashim Bani%20Hashim's gravatar image
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