Maqrur looked at the monitor that the Egyptian believer was pointing at and there he saw Pharaoh and Masrur rolling over with the other criminals in the bottom of Hell-fire.
Pharaoh was neither living nor dying and Masrur was hallucinating with nonsense words only trying to get himself out of this torment. The fire was eating his clothes that were made of tar and it was burning his skin, his flesh, his blood and his nerves. He was screaming out of pain with the fire that eats up everything in him, feeling himself dying but at the same time never dying.
What a horrible feeling and what a horrible torment for all the people of Hell-fire. There are times when they feel they are dying but they soon find out that this is an illusion. They can never die because death itself has died and this means that the torment and suffering will be eternal for them. Every time the fire eats up their skins, flesh, blood and bones, they find that they are replaced by new ones and the suffering starts once more.
The gold that Qarun had treasured in life is in Hell-fire with him. It is turned into huge, long chains that are heated and then used to tie his body. Those chains burn his sides, his forehead, his back and his chest and he cries out of pain. He cries again but nobody pities him. Nobody asks him why he is crying or why he is regretting, repenting or asking for another chance.
The people in Hell-fire were like monkeys that are burnt with fire and are jumping everywhere looking for water to extinguish themselves. However, in Hell-fire there is no water.
Maqrur said, "Might and Power belong only to Allah. O Allah I am not rejoicing at their misfortune."
The Egyptian man said, "It is a terrifying scene. Anyway this is Al1ah's absolute Justice to them as they wasted and corrupted their life."