Mockery, a habitual practice of unbelievers, regardless of time or place, is condemned by Allah and scrupulously avoided by the believers. But those who mock others, namely, people who do not live by the Qur'an's morality and prefer their own morality of ignorance of the true morality, put themselves in a very serious situation. They are forever worrying that they might be mocked, belittled, and be the target of another person's mocking glances at any moment. The only way to be rescued from such a corrosive environment is to fear Allah, take refuge in Him, and live by the Qur'an's morality.
We have also discussed why those individuals who live in those societies that are far from religion usually mock religion and the believers. These unbelievers may think that they are exalting themselves through such behavior and that they will not be held accountable for their actions. But as we explained above, people who mock Allah's religion and prophets, as well as those who believe in Him, should be aware that unless they abandon such ill manners and ask Allah for forgiveness, they will definitely be "rewarded" in this world and the next. Indeed, this will be a "reward" that they could never have imagined. People who are far from religious moral values should not forget that Allah sees and hears them at every moment. While they are spewing out their mocking words or thoughts, Allah is witnessing them and they will be "rewarded" on the Day of Judgment for all these words, acts and thoughts:
Do you not see that Allah knows what is in the heavens and on earth? Three men cannot confer together secretly without Him being the fourth, or five without Him being the sixth, or fewer than that or more without Him being with them wherever they are. Then He will inform them on the Day of Resurrection of what they did. Allah has knowledge of all things. (Surat al-Mujadala, 7)
In conclusion, the most intelligent way to behave in this world is to abandon all low morality right away, repent, and never return to it. Submit to Allah, live by His religion, and adopt the superior morality found in the Qur'an. Clearly, those who do so will gain in this world and the next, because Allah promises His followers that they will receive a fine return for their good behavior:
The heedful will be among gardens and fountains, receiving what their Lord has given them. Certainly before that they were good-doers. (Surat adh-Dhariyat, 15)
Everything in the heavens and everything in earth belongs to Allah, so that He can repay those who do evil for what they did and repay those who do good with the very best. (Surat an-Najm, 31)