Rajah, you clearly highlighted the portion of the verse you thought to be relevant to the discussion. And you still seem to think that wishing for death and never existing are the same thing. The fact is, if you never existed, then there is nothing you could have done right or wrong to warrant a 'heaven' or a 'hell' type scenario, and therefore never existing (to never have done anything that requires judgement) and wanting death due to fear of your own actions and the recompense for them, they aren't really the same.
Oh! so it was not a question you asked but actually sort of decision you made. Then no one can help you.
But I will try for last time; go back to page 1
Let's say God exists, and what The Quran says is true, that basically: you get (in the next life) what you give (in this life).
Knowing this to be true, and you had the option to choose, which would you opt for?
1) to not exist (i.e. to have no existence whatsoever, no life, no thought, thus no memory of anything, no feelings etc. and therefore do not have to take the test of life, thus no reward/punishment, nothing)
2) To have a life, e.g. the one you have, and take the test of this life, which you might pass (reward), or you might fail (punishment).
The Quran says "You get in the next life what you give in this life"
therefore certainly this present life is a test place, result of which will be announced in the next life, but Allah tells us that since "they" know what they have done in the test "they" will never wish that a time comes when "they" have to face the consequences. Simple!
Therefore the one who chooses to opt for option number one is actually running away from this test place at very beginning.
Remember that The question is asked to a person who knows that what he sows shall he reap" Let's say God exists, and what The Quran says is true, that basically: you get (in the next life) what you give (in this life).
after knowing this, one who says he did not wanted to exist is actually running away from the test and Allah has made it clear in his words
And the fact is that they will never ever incline themselves to proclaim a wish for death on account of what their hands have sent forward.
because they are afraid of what they have done in the test; same as with those who don't want to take the test in first place.
You should seriusly read the whole question and the whole Ayat before making any further comments.