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Sushant Singh Rajput: Pakistani celebrities get attacked for mourning death of a ‘kaafir’ who committed suicide

Pakistanis questioned celebrities of their country for wishing peace on the death of a non-Muslim after they mourn death of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Pakistani celebrities who mourned the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput were attacked by their fellow countrymen for mourning death of a ‘kaafir’ (non-believer). Pakistani cricketer Shan Masood, who took to Twitter to express his grief over Rajput’s passing was abused for wishing peace upon death of a ‘kaafir’ who committed suicide.

He was told not to pray for peace for the departed soul who is not a Muslim. He was also accused of being a ‘liberal’ for mourning death of a Hindu.

Similarly, Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who has also acted in Bollywood films, was attacked for mourning over Rajput’s suicide.

One Bushra with Pakistan flag next to her name was particularly hateful without provocation. Another Twitter user explained how suicide is ‘haram’ and anyway a ‘kaafir’ cannot go to heaven. One person even gave a suggestion to Mahira that it is good to show humanity but don’t forget religion for ‘kuffars’ (kaafirs).

Similarly, Pakistani actor Humayun Saeed was also attacked for praying for a ‘kaafir’.

He was also asked to brush up on his Islamic knowledge.

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput commits suicide

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai apartment earlier today. As per initial reports, he had committed suicide by hanging himself. He rose to fame from television serial Pavitra Rishta and was seen in Bollywood films like Kai Po Chhe and MS Dhoni biopic.

Read what ‘kaafir’ is and how Allah punishes them as per Islamic scriptures.

 

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