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Pharaohess Died! Should I Not Throw A Party?

Assalam alaikum,

Other than the death of Sani Abacha, I have never had this much mixed feelings about someone's death. She was a pharaohess not only to me, but to her neighbours. I prayed that Allah should give me victory over her, never specifically asking for her death, but you see; she died.

Now, I am definitely not sad, but I cannot help feeling guilty about not throwing a party or something close maybe thankful prayer gathering. I feel that I am not showing enough gratitude to Allah.

You can judge me but you cannot understand if you've never had a modern day pharaoh (ess) in your life. She refused to let my people go, and I think her offsprings are planning to continue this way but how long d'you think they can do that for?

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Wheres the op? i mils her

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@dominique

Actually, she was  not an Alhaja nor was she a muslim. She told stories of how she joined the  yearly hajj pilgrims (for business) and how she would pretend to do ablution and lie that she prayed. She did pretty good in terms of amassing wealth.

On a given issue, some people were sent to appeal to her, she said "even if my mother comes from the grave to beg me, I will not budge"

Please what kind  of human says this?

Another one witnessed by  me. A couple (her tenants) came to plea with her for whatever, and I heard her say " awa, a ki n forgive, ever" (meaning, we never forgive people, ever)

The above are not what she did to me, that is one heck of a long story.

Sometimes, you got the impression with her that she thought she would never die.

@Babs

i hear you and I know that saying too but I only pray for Allah's protection and victory. why should I question Allah if He decides that death is the next thing for a person. I mean people are actually breathing better and "congratulating ' me and who knows how many other people on this news.

I am not throwing a party but I am thankful for my life.

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@Ayinba

You don't have to rejoice over her death or throw a party. There is particular saying I knew while a youth which goes thus: 'let my enemy live long and see what I would become in future'.

She should have lived long enough to reap what she sowed and probably seek for repentance before she dies. You just have to thank Allah for keeping you alive despite her atrocities.

We tend to grow as we continue having more enemies. If you don't have enemy, you wouldnt be able to pray for protection and as you do that, you overcome your enemy(ies) and become stronger spiritually, financially etc and gets elevated.

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The Bible says that when the wicked perish,the people give shouts of joy.

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@ayinbal, was she an Alhaja residing around shomolu area. heard she messed up a lot of lives when she was alive with charms and stuff. may Allah continue to shield us from these evil people.

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why throw a party? just thank Allah he sustained your lyf, there are lots of devil incarnates out there, thinking they are bigger than death, i believe there's a reward for every deed both here in this world and in d hereafter, so you can be satified that she is reaping the rewards of her deeds wherever she is.

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long story my dear but suffice to say, she was a woman feared by many and I'm not sure she believed in Allah/God. Dealt in a lot of fetish stuff. etc,, etc,,

again long story

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who are you talking about?

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