A man in Karachi stabbed his brother for using his 'Face Wash' without permission

A man in Karachi stabbed his brother for using his ‘Face Wash’ without permission


The relationship between siblings is just like a roller coaster ride. Once you feel strong emotions of affection and love towards them and the very next moment you wanna beat them. Its all fun until unless it can cause great harm.

On Sunday, a man from Karachi Manghopir was on the verge of insanity, has killed his brother for using his face without his permission.

According to the reports he stabbed his brother with a knife multiple times and beaten to death with sticks and other physical assaults.

Earlier, he told the police that his brother was killed during a robbery. However, on Tuesday, the dead man’s brother reveals the real reason which is nothing but shocking. 

He confesses that “Killing my brother was not my motive. I just got angry because he used my face wash without my permission.”

Although, the suspect is currently in custody under Section 302 (murder) of the Pakistan Penal Code.

More or less this lockdown is somehow getting on the nerves of some people. Recently, a wife throws acid on his husband when he teases her saying he will do another marriage. It was all fun talk according to the husband but the wife couldn’t control her emotions and ends up regretting her act.

It is noteworthy that crime rates in lockdown have a noticeable fall but these types of cases are increasing day by day.

What Islam has to say about Anger?

Certainly, Anger is a destructive emotion that can damage relationships with your loved ones. It can also lead to bad outcomes or even life tragedies. 

However, Anger is forbidden in Islam. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said if a person controlled his anger he would be able to control everything else. That is why the Prophet mentioned in a hadith: 

“The powerful man is not the one who can wrestle, but the powerful man is the one who can control himself at the time of anger.”


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