We hear lots of reasons for someone to go to hell these days. I don’t know if it is a sad point or just a funny thing, but a lot of people seem to enjoy saying how some other would go to hell for doing something that would not be agreed along with their own perceptions.
But as to Dhamma, there are only five actions that Buddhism says that will definitely take a person to the real hell. So all the other actions are individually determined in my understanding. Anyway it’s certain that when examined with Dhamma, even how much that someone would perhaps like or argue for another to go to hell, for doing something that they would not approve or not agree, will not certainly drop those people in hell, if they know how to keep away from it.
So in my complete pure mind I wish for those kind of well wishers also not to increase their own bad points by clinging into their bad tastes about these kind of beliefs. My understanding is that there are always reasons for everything, so there should also be some fair reasons for people to be different in some ways from others, too.
The inevitable five actions, that we can’t ever get away from hell after doing, are
1. Killing biological mother
2. Killing biological father
3. Killing arahanth (Completely enlightened person)
4. Schism- breaking the amiability among bikkhus
5. Dropping blood from His Holiness Lord Buddha’s Body
So one may or may not go to hell, if they never ever done those five, but definitely won’t drop there because of some one else thinking/believing that it sh/would happen so. Let’s Just empathize with them. As there’s no space for blind beliefs in Buddhism.