Masrur was walking among the group of tyrants who were being led to the fire. He saw that Pharaoh, Haman and Qarun were in the front of all these evil tyrants.
Pharaoh told Haman, "It was your testimony that brought me to such loss! I do not know how you dared to accuse me of being a tyrant and a liar."
Haman did not answer him because he was trying to understand what was going on around him; he only concluded that Pharaoh was the one who had caused him to be lost.
Pharaoh was busy reading his book of reckoning and viewing its audiovisual pages that recorded all the details of his life.
Pharaoh stopped at a scene between him and Haman one, which took place in life.
Pharaoh told Haman, "It is obvious that you love me Haman."
With great joy Haman said, "Love is not the suitable word to express my feelings towards you, my lord I worship you Master Pharaoh I truly worship you."
Pharaoh said, "That is satisfactory .... You make me feel more confident and the first duty assigned to a vizier is to return confidence to his lord."
Haman said, "Me and all your servants obtain our confidence from you my lord."
Pharaoh said, "Did you hear the story of Musa where he claimed that there is a God in the heavens? How can we get to him Haman?
Haman said, "Order me to build you a tower that reaches the sky Pharaoh"
Allah, the Almighty, says, (and Pharaoh said, O Haman! Build me a tower that I may arrive at the ways. The ways of the heavens, and I may look upon the Gad of Musa (Moses) but verily, I think him to be a liar.
Haman said, "There is no need for such a tower my lord. Undoubtedly Musa is a liar."
On this point Pharaoh closed his book and resumed talking to Haman.
He said, "In my book of reckoning I saw you talking you are the one who convinced me that Musa is not a Prophet, you told me he was a sorcerer who plotted with other magicians to destroy my kingdom."
Haman said, "Leave me alone, Pharaoh! Your worthless power, wealth and kingdom are doomed to the fire. Do not you realize what is going on around you?! Cannot you see the dreadful punishment that awaits us because of your vain