All the tyrants of life stood before the Ruler of both the heavens and the earth, and they were judged for their sins, which were recorded in their books.
Almighty Allah Says, (They will say, "Woe to us! What sort of Book is this that leaves neither a small thing nor a big thing, but has recorded it with numbers! "And they will find all that they did, placed before them and your Lord treats no one with injustice.)
The tyrants and evil rulers were acquiring higher positions in the earth and were oppressing societies and nations. Moreover, they began their lives with wealth and power. They used to give
From their wealth as a reward to those who obeyed them, they misused their power on those who objected to them or defied them.
All those tyrants ruled their nations with fear, terror, slaughtering and oppression in spite of their (the tyrants) different nationalities and homelands.
A tyrant went to extremes in the oppression of his subjects until he overpowered his nation and made them submissive. After that the tyrant became the one who took all decisions on behalf of his nation.
But when such tyrants stand in Al1ah's Presence on the Day of Judgment He will ask them, "Why did you usurp people's will and freedom that were the cornerstone of human dignity?"
The tyrants would then be asked questions and they would spend a lot of time in being judged. They would try to evade responsibility and start to blame those who used to help them and provide them with help. Such lies can haveآ· their effects in life but not on the Day of Judgment. Allah is the One Who judges between people, and He is the Only One who knows all secrets and whatever is hidden. For this reason, there is no use lying because lying incurs Allah's Wrath.
Thus, finally they will be doomed to Hell-Fire and will be restrained in chains.