The angel who received the tyrants ceased talking so as to give them a chance to think of his words.
Then he resumed his words saying, "Look at the external world for the last time as Saqar will make you forget everything. You will forget your names and worldly affairs. Allah (Exalted
and Glorified be He) will take revenge on you as you corrupted the system of life."
These words terrified the tyrants and destroyed their hopes of escaping the Fire.
Masrur thought of the old days in which he did all he wanted without being questioned. They were sweet days but now they were all gone.
He was greatly stunned by the continual surprises that faced him. He looked around, thinking there might be a door or a window to escape through. Unfortunately, he did not find any.
Pharaoh was greatly enraged by Haman. He imagined that Haman was the main reason for all these disasters and catastrophes. Haman prostrated before him, thus he thought himself to be a god. Also, Haman falsely told him that Musa was a magician and when the magicians prostrated themselves before Allah, the Almighty, he told him that it was a great conspiracy against the national security.
Pharaoh hoped to strangle or to lunge at Haman as he had put him into this miserable situation.
Qarun was thinking of his treasures. Where did they go? In the worldly life he was convinced that money could buy everything, even people. Every person had his price.
He was thinking to bribe the angels, but to his great dilemma, he did not know where his treasures had gone!