It's interesting that for the early Hebrews they had no concept of an afterlife, only the prospect of sleeping with their fathers, both the wicked and the righteous sharing the same fate. Over time belief in the afterlife evolved and concepts of judgement were introduced as people needed the security that the good and the bad must receive a reward or punishment in order to make sense of the World.
Jews today have no concept of hell and indeed hell is actually a pagan ideology assimilated by the medieval church to keep people in obedience. Unfortunately Christians today would rather believe their pastors and flawed English translations of the bible rather than study the evolution of church doctrine and the history of its beliefs.
The concept of hell is morally repugnant and is in direct contradiction to the definition of judgement and loving ones enemies. Hell is a human invention.