There are Christians who lose a friend, father, mother, brother, or sister, husband or wife to atheism. This is a shattering experience. They were hoping to spend eternity with their loved one. Now they have to face the future without that prospect.
Yet if a Christian comments on the death of an atheist in terms of what death meant to a human biological unit from the viewpoint of atheism, that’s grossly insensitive to the feelings of the survivors.
But somehow this sensitivity is irrelevant when militant infidels poach on vulnerable Christian. They show no concern for the feelings of his Christian friends and family, who must deal with the emotional loss as best they can.