As Allah loves and is pleased with the good deeds of His servants, He hates the evil deeds and gets angry with them. If a servant is hated by Allah, his influence is also observed in the world. Narrated Abu Huraira: The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “If Allah likes a servant, he should call Jibraeel and say, ‘Surely I like such a person, you like him too.’ He said that then Jibraeel (AS) liked him.
Then he proclaimed in the heavens: Surely Allah loves such and such a person, so love him. Then the people of the sky like him. He said that after that he was rejoiced and admired in the world. And if Allah is angry with a person, then he called Jibraeel (AS) and said: I am angry with such and such a servant, be angry with him too. He (peace be upon him) said, then Gabriel (peace be upon him) became angry with him. Then he called the people of the sky and said, “Surely Allah is angry with such and such.” So be angry with him. He said people were hostile to him then. Then enemies were created for him on earth. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 6596)
God’s love and anger are not limited to humans; Rather, it reveals other things. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘The most beloved place to Allaah in the world is the mosques and the most hated place is the markets. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 1414)
It is a grave sin for a believer to do things that displease God and are angry. As Allah says, ‘Surely Allah does not like those who break the covenant. (Surah Anfal, verse: 56)
The interpretation of this verse is written by Allama Shinkiti (Rah.), Allah does not like any subject — it means that the person associated with it is involved in serious crimes and poets are involved in sins. (Al-Azbun Namir: 5/144)
Wickedness, transgression, and disobedience to God make God angry. In the Holy Qur’an, it has been said, ‘Eat of the good things which We have given you, and do not transgress in this matter. If you do, my wrath is bound upon you, and he on whom my wrath is bound is doomed. (Surah: Taha, Ayat: 71)
The wrath of Allah, as evidenced by the verses of the Qur’an, increases and sometimes decreases. As Irshad has said, ‘… the disbelief of the disbelievers only increases the wrath of their Lord and the disbelief of the disbelievers only increases their loss. (Surah: Fatir, verse: 39)
When God’s wrath reaches its climax, God destroys some nations. Irshad said, ‘When they made me angry, I punished them and drowned them all. Then We made for them a history and an example from the past. (Surah: Zukhruf, verses 55-56)