Risk Analysis, Why Shouldn’t You Get a Tattoo?

Salam Yo,

Sorry been on the down low like a submarine for the last few weeks. Caught up with the worldly life and busy schedule. Well who cares,I have something to write about.

Tattoo Process

Let me start with a verse from the Holy Quran:

God does not seek to place a burden on you, but that He purify you and perfect His grace upon you, that you may give thanks. (5: 6)

Sorry if your a fan of Miami Ink, but recently a couple of people I know have been questioning me on the issue, why tattoos are not allowed in Islam? The first thing that came to my mind was that ugly tattoo Mike Tyson has on his face. Which looks mad barbaric.

Anyways, From what I’ve come to realized, many of us look at a certain issue through a very narrow lens, by not being open minded and actually doing research we restrict ourselves to a very exclusive and boring understanding about our beautiful Religion. But one thing is for sure, Allah swt ( God Almighty) commands and prohibits out of wisdom and trying to front on that fact would be foolish.

Now let’s take the example of getting a tattoo, when my friend asked me the first thing I told him was I didn’t know because I’m not a scholar. But to keep it real these are things you need to know because this practice is so wide spread and After doing research this is some interesting information I gathered.

  1. Getting a tattoo involves many health risk, If the needle has been used by others infected with certain blood-borne diseases, you may become exposed to the same bacteria and develop conditions like hepatis or HIV. Other possible outcomes include skin infection if the needle has been contaminated with air and localized germs. Alright that’s wack, I can’t believe all these people don’t think about this. They need to start taking some classes on risk analysis and applying it to their everyday decisions.
  2. Since it’s permanent then your stuck with it, you wouldn’t want that would you. Although now with all the modern medical technological development you can have it removed, the process has its own complications. You need to have surgery done, which means more PAIN and more MONEY!
  3. If your thinking about getting a job and maintaining a standard of professionalism, alot of employers don’t like tattoos being exposed at the workplace. Especially if your dealing with clients. It’s doesn’t make you look presentable and serves as a distraction.
  4. From an Islamic Perspective, their are a couple of more important points. In the aspect of Fiqh, Getting a tattoo creates a barrier for doing wudu, since the water can’t flow properly you can’t clean yourself and all that bacteria and germs continues to accumulate in your skin. Drilling a needle into your skin and watching yourself bleed to express your views and displaying art is not worth the time, money and pain. Go make a myspace or facebook profile it’s alot easier to create and edit.
  5. You are messing with the creation of God, Natural beauty is the best. All this is putting on a front, just keep it real with yourself and people will understand you alot better.

Since our religion is based on proof from the Holy Quran and the life of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), I wanted to wrap it all up with this last hadith ” ‘The Prophet forbade the profession of tattooing and getting tattooed. (Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Sales and Trade, Volume 3, Book 34, Number 299)”

Here are some more articles on tattoos that I found from around the web

HowStuffWorks – Tattoo Removal

Know the Risk and Benefits of Laser Tattoo Removal


Tattoos – Risks and precautions


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48 Responses to Risk Analysis, Why Shouldn’t You Get a Tattoo?

  1. e November 16, 2008 at 4:17 pm #

    lol ur back

    many of our own muslim youth are getting involved in the whole tattooing gimmick..Alhamdulillah, good article, very informative.

  2. Tatto November 16, 2008 at 7:55 pm #

    I know a Muslim brother who got a hadith tattooed on his chest in Arabic. "Heaven lies beneath a mothers feet." He was too scared to show his mom! STUDPID!! The brothers not really religious but I guess he wanted a reason to get one.

  3. Saad November 17, 2008 at 11:12 am #

    Jazakullah, That is pretty crazy when people get Allah (swt)in Arabic – tattooed on their arm, neck, chest.

    The only thing I can conclude from that is people want to represent their beliefs. But that doesn't mean you can do it through illegitimate ways.

    It's almost appears as if their is an outward importance rather than an inward.

    Gotta educate, not Alienate.

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  5. Saad Riazuddin January 22, 2009 at 5:49 pm #

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  6. Rasha February 2, 2009 at 8:54 pm #

    Sallamo Alykom

    My husband had a tattoo (without me knowing) and the minute he had he felt so bad and wanted to get rid of it.

    It's quite expensive to remove and for the time being he is stuck with it. Does this mean he can't pray because he can't purify himself?

    Jazzakom Allah khayran.

  7. nik April 17, 2009 at 8:34 pm #

    Im just wondering,like you said,we cant have tattoo cos we're messing with God's creation. But how about dyed hair? traded eyebrow? nose surgery? ears piercing? straighten hair?

    isnt going against God's creation too? i mean more and more people are doing the things ive mentioned above…but not many people have tattoo on their bodies..and if we ever have one,all the other muslim people will start talking and whisper among themselves cos we have tattoos on our bodies…but how about those who did the things ive mentioned above. isnt all that haram too? but why has it been a practice to our culture nowadays..

    and….you cant we cant take wuduk..but we only take wuduk at certain places at the body,like the face,half of the head,arms,legs….

    but what if i have tattoo on my body where wuduk doesnt have to go throw? and then u might say this,i cant purify myself….but how about dyed hair? doesnt the colour covered every thread of the hair? means i can purify myself also?but why are more and more people dying their hair nowadays? and why it is wrong when we have tattoos done?

    i dont doubt my religion..i know islam is the true religion..but i dont want to just follow it blindly..i want explanation for everything cos i know there is specific explanation for everything..so,if u could just help me clarify some things,i would be very much appreciated!

    thanks!

    • Celia January 4, 2010 at 5:01 pm #

      Asalaamu alaikum,

      Hope this helps insha'Allah
      http://sista2sista.wordpress.com/2008/08/17/hair-

      http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=48956

      the prophet(s.a.w) said it is permissibe to colour your hair as long as you dont resemble a kufr and recommended henna to colour your hair with. As for the ummah who pluck eyebrows, it is mention in the hadith that the on who plucks their eyebrows and changes Allah creation will not even smell Jannah….subhan'Allah!

      As for straighting you hair I would say, if its harmful i.e chemicals then it is haram, but if its straighting with a blowdryer (which is not harmful) I would think its ok but please dont take my word for it, look it up insha'Allah. Allahu alim.

      Ear piercing is permissible fr women but not other body piercing
      http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/Satellite?page

      As for getting a tattoo, where water does touch during wudu it will surely touch when you take ghusl? It will need to penetrate that area then.

      Hope this reaches you in the best state insh'Allah

      Ameen

      Wa salaam

    • jamil March 16, 2011 at 1:48 pm #

      salaam.

      i would say wudhu is an example, to say those areas are not purified, but what u have to do is go further back and start at ghusl. we as muslims belive to be paak, you have to at least once gargle water in your mouth then nose and then full body wash the example they use is that all hair on ones body is wet obviously with niyath(intention)

      wudh is not compleate if thers ink on the skin ie. pen mark nail polish so ink under the skin especially when ghusl has become fardh. i say be carful.

    • Tim January 5, 2012 at 10:09 am #

      Tattoos and peircings are an art form, created long before religion. Religion is a sham and created when there was no knowledge of science in the way the universe works. Religion is used to scare followers into behaving how the inventor of the religion wanted ppl to behave. its a joke. watch the movie religulous.. itll do ya some good to learn no one is listening.. life is what YOU make it, ur not gonna get a hand out from "god" .. if something goes good, its because of a numerical equasion where you are the benifactor.. if ur life is shit, its proly cause u made it that way.. this goes for all religions.. and this post isnt related to the topic im commenting on, i just couldnt add my own comment. proly not gonna read this or any replies to it.. just a lil fyi.

  8. gs July 8, 2009 at 12:08 pm #

    "keep it real" "front on the fact"? are you ffing serious?

    • get serious October 10, 2010 at 5:46 pm #

      I agree man. I think some poepl should look at the big picture. Hair, eye brows. You think 'GOD' really gets worried about using hair straighteners??? You think you will not be allowed into heaven??? If this is the Islam faith, well i dont want a bar of it. Does not sound like a just and fair GOD to me. No salvation??? Hmmm right!!

  9. hasan November 13, 2009 at 6:03 pm #

    if you are a muslim dont get a tatoos you'll regret it eneyway i now.just get a sweet sticker lol

  10. sarah December 19, 2009 at 6:17 pm #

    I totally agree "nik".. I know many Muslims with their ears pierced! That can so get infected and it is damage to the body…The dying of your hair is not how God created you…I think that if refers more to plastic surgeries more than anything.

    • Kenan November 5, 2010 at 7:58 pm #

      Sarah,

      I agree 100% with you for when you tattoo your body you add, not change your body.

  11. Anonymous March 1, 2010 at 7:46 pm #

    "In the aspect of Fiqh, Getting a tattoo creates a barrier for doing wudu, since the water can’t flow properly you can’t clean yourself and all that bacteria and germs continues to accumulate in your skin."

    Tattoo ink is *beneath* the skin ,as illustrated above and therefore cannot possibly invalidate your wudhu. Water never *ever* reaches the dermis area where the ink is. Saying that is does shows ignorance and an apparent inability to understand the picture above.

    Note to author: If you're going to say tattoos invalidate your wudhu, you may want to choose a new picture.Just a thought.

    • Anonymous November 5, 2010 at 8:01 pm #

      also a fact,

      YOur appendix is full of bateria but how will you ever wash them out?

  12. sara March 3, 2010 at 6:21 pm #

    br. nik.

    by going with your logic, that dying your hair or piercings are also "changing" gods initial creations is somewhat LIKE geting a tattoo…wellllll

    tattoos are permanent

    those above things mentioned are not.

    –when you dye your hair…it eventually turns back to its natural color

    –when you get your ear, nose, etc. pierced….once you take out your ring or stud (whatever it is) that too eventually heals and your hole closes up.

    HOWEVER, that doesn't mean boys should get it done because it is haram for them since it is a lady thing to do and you cannot imitate the opposite gender.

    tatttooossss however stay on you. forever. and always. and who said YOU had the right to do that to your body? It's TECHNICALLY not yours. it's Allahs. and when all of us one day, are no longer on this earth, we will return to Allah…and well, in simplest terms, Allah did not create you with a tattoo on your body…so you should return to him the way you were.

    hair dye,piercings, all heal and make you back to the person Allah created you as.

    hope that somewhat helps insha'Allah

    =)

  13. hanan April 7, 2010 at 8:17 pm #

    what if you have a decent tattoo that no one can see it is it still considered haraam i mean its haraam becoz the ppl in the past did it for sinful reasons but i want to do it just coz i like it i want my fathers name on it i mean decent

  14. Ahmed June 22, 2010 at 5:47 am #

    Love Islamic 'science' and justifications. Makes me wonder why you guys are so anal about little things like that. Do you think Allah really cares about your tattoo or your tweezers?

    I have a tattoo and I am a Muslim. It probably is not your version of Islam that I practice.

    Peace (as in no fighting)

    • amena April 7, 2011 at 7:47 pm #

      Amen to that .

  15. Ricky August 25, 2010 at 2:37 pm #

    God,,, wants our souls not our bodies

  16. siena August 25, 2010 at 10:00 pm #

    god doesnt exist so your not doing anything wrong by getting a tattoo. its like art work on your body. and its beautiful

  17. DUNNS September 11, 2010 at 9:31 pm #

    It is said you are not supposed to do anything to your body that is permanently changing it from how Allah created it, therefore not being able to get tatoos.

    what if you are born with a physical deffect? and you get surgery done to be able to have a better life. in the sence based on what you are saying, it is haraam because that is not how Allah created you. this is just one example of many.

    ive done research on this and it is said that the islamic scholars are not really sure why it is haraam to get tatoos besides that our prophet(peace be with him) cursed the tatooer and the one with tatoo. And also that it is defacing how god created you. that it is the work devil to want you to chage how Allah created you.

    this has always been interesting to me, i know people who study the entire Qu'ran who are good in their hearts and mind and have tats. and alot of people say it is not right.

    i guess the bottom line to it all is

    "do you love Allah, or you love tatoos"

    to believe in Allah is to follow his laws.

    the understanding is that muslims, specially those of this era. want to respresent their belief as much as the next person. and the fact that they cannot is where the problem occurs.

    i guess its about focusing on internal and not external.

    At the end of the day the choice is yours, and no one has the right to judge you except Allah.

    so if you want to do it, take a long time and reflect on it. if you still feel the need to then that is your decision.

    i myself want a tatoo, but i am afraid of Allah and the day of judment. we already commit sins, i do not want to add more willingly. feel me.

    regardless, this is a good argument, convo, discussion. because in letting out our personal oponion, we are gaining wisdom about our religion, our god, and ourselves.

    peace be the blessing.

    • Abdullah October 26, 2010 at 8:43 am #

      Subhanallah brother Dunns,

      I like your line “do you love Allah, or you love tatoos”

      to believe in Allah is to follow his laws. That should some up the whole picture.

      No wonder the ayah kuntum khaira ummah, you are the best of the nations, are directed to the companions. For if the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) forbids, they will shun away, if he asked them to do, they will do. For the Messenger of Allah(pbuh) is the best of creations and he "forbade the profession of tattooing and getting tattooed" so rightfully we should avoid.

      I understand the feeling of needing to justify every actions, for I have the same notions. This is a reminder to me and us that our sense of attachment and love to Allah and His Messenger (pbuh) are lacking when we keep questioning these actions when the hadith is sahih. Imam Bukhari has toiled to provide us sound narrations. Who are we to question. Masyaallah. We are the products of a secular system adopted to brainwashed us in needing to satisfy every action with "logical" and scientific arguments when we know that not all can be answered, for only Allah knows everything.

      O Allah forgive us and have mercy on us for we are ignorant. O Allah! We seek refuge in You from a knowledge, which does not benefit, from a heart, which does not tremble, from an soul, which is not satisfied, and from a supplication, which is not accepted.

      • sally January 24, 2012 at 3:21 pm #

        still havent gotten a relevant answer. your explanations are stupid and not concrete.

  18. umar October 24, 2010 at 4:25 pm #

    We will all have to stand infront of Allah and justify ourselves! May Allah guide us all to the right direction and may we all find the right answers to the questions we have. Insha'Allah we will all as muslims will get into junnah.

  19. muslim girl October 25, 2010 at 7:18 am #

    Yes,you are right umar,Our commitment towards deen should,t be lacking.

  20. FIKRI November 5, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

    i still dont get it,need more fact if tatto porbhited

    my recomendation for harram come only from quran

    and i cant find that tattoo is harram in quran

    i cant just believes (Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Sales and Trade, Volume 3, Book 34, Number 299)” because that not my qitab,please tell that i am wrong before i makes my first tattoo

    if bacteria is the problems why we can use sand as the subtitute of water for wudhu

    please help me

  21. Barbi December 11, 2010 at 2:36 pm #

    This is absolutely the most ridiculous misinformed article I've ever read.

  22. Anonymous January 3, 2011 at 2:37 pm #

    why to have a tattoo in the first place?

  23. Habibi Matrimonials September 21, 2011 at 6:30 pm #

    Assalamu Alaikum brother. Nice post. Thanks for sharing.

  24. Kentavik December 3, 2011 at 1:59 am #

    Just a thought my brothers and sisters. you have stated that getting a tattoo is changing your body from that which Allah created! then what about circumcision! is that not changing ones body from how we were created!

    Allah is all knowing.

  25. Mo February 23, 2012 at 9:20 pm #

    This is un-accurate, as you see from the photo it clearly shows the ink being deposited under the skin. Therefor wudduu over a tattoo is just fine and it passes over your top layer. So salaat is not affected. As for changing your look, it does not "change" you such as a plastic surgery etc but adds detail to your body, many tattoos can be well hidden. You need to ignore the extremists beliefs as long as your tattoos hidden and is not too much covering your whole face its not an issue and is not haram among Shia muslims.

  26. shehab March 12, 2012 at 7:49 pm #

    okay this is what i think wene doing wuddu u only clean sertan parts but what if i wann aget a tatto under my arm ??? that spot doesnt matter in wuddu ?

  27. Mes March 18, 2012 at 2:37 am #

    To all who have commented,

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I have gained some sort of explanation to the guidelines of islam.

    I do however, wish to add something. Everybody who is saying what is 'right' and what is 'wrong' by Allah can only be judged by only one person… Allah.

    Everybody has their own opinions, whether it be some people prefer green lentils and not red lentils. Whatever the case may be, we as Muslims, practice for the 'salvation' of ourselves- not our neighbours, not your friend- for yourself. Whatever you do, you will have to stand forth infront of Allah and explain your decisions to him and you will not have people in a blog or facebook or your neighbour, friends or family supporting you.

    I personally believe, if you believe in Allah, that's a personal thing between you and Allah. If you choose to get an ear-ring, get one. If you want to dye your hair, straighten your hear, slit your tongue like Marilyn Manson, get a nose job like Michael Jackson, plastic surgery like Cher or a tattoo… as long as you want to get it and you believe you can answer to God yourself and you are doing it for the benefit of yourself and not peer pressure or malice.

    Doing all those things don't make you any less Muslim than the person sitting next to you. The Kuran states the rules/guidelines etc for a harmonious and peaceful clean lifestyle. If i write something in Shakespearian English and 20 people read it- I am fairly sure that i will have 20 different variations to what i intended to write but because 20 different people have interpreted this- it could be the completely opposite of what i first wrote. I am not saying that everybody has read the Kuran wrong or interpreted this as incorrect. The Kuran is what it is and people can interpret it whatever way they want.

    Life a healthy lifestyle, don't be a drug addict, don't commit crime, exercise, play sport, don't hard others, be kind and understanding, respect other people and other religions… or not. it's completely up to you, because your religion is for you and whether you go to Cennet or Cehennem is up to Allah- not what others say or don't say about you. Be true to yourself!

  28. sophie March 18, 2012 at 8:00 pm #

    luk im a muslim, ive got three tattoo's and i dye my hair very blonde and brwn, i also pluck my eyebrows and straighten my hair…

    but who are you to judge me??

    how dare you?? ppl like you make me feel bad… i try my best never to hurt ppl and be a good person to others…

    surely that makes more of a difference than my appearance??

  29. anonymous June 5, 2012 at 12:04 pm #

    Mes, your point of view is amazing…really…lol
    You have truly opened my eyes to this issue.
    Thank you for sharing your points with us!
    And to Sophie, I agree with you.
    People should not be judgemental but unfortunately I think it is human instinct.
    We should only think of Allah when we make choices/
    But let me just say, you go girl! lol :-)

  30. Peace in Christ July 2, 2012 at 11:58 am #

    May all who read this be blessed. Allah is not concerned with outward apperances, or the outward cleanliness of a person. He is concerned with the inward cleanliness of the heart. Unfortunately for you and I we can never be good enough for Allah. So Allah has made a way through his one and only Son, Jesus the Christ, Yeshuah Messiah. It is through his life, death and resurrection that we are purified eternally. Jesus himself said to the religious leaders of his time:

    Luke 11:37-55
    New International Version (NIV)
    Woes on the Pharisees and the Experts in the Law

    37 When Jesus had finished speaking, a Pharisee invited him to eat with him; so he went in and reclined at the table. 38 But the Pharisee was surprised when he noticed that Jesus did not first wash before the meal.

    39 Then the Lord said to him, “Now then, you Pharisees clean the outside of the cup and dish, but inside you are full of greed and wickedness. 40 You foolish people! Did not the one who made the outside make the inside also? 41 But now as for what is inside you—be generous to the poor, and everything will be clean for you.

    42 “Woe to you Pharisees, because you give God a tenth of your mint, rue and all other kinds of garden herbs, but you neglect justice and the love of God. You should have practiced the latter without leaving the former undone.

    43 “Woe to you Pharisees, because you love the most important seats in the synagogues and respectful greetings in the marketplaces.

    44 “Woe to you, because you are like unmarked graves, which people walk over without knowing it.”

    45 One of the experts in the law answered him, “Teacher, when you say these things, you insult us also.”

    46 Jesus replied, “And you experts in the law, woe to you, because you load people down with burdens they can hardly carry, and you yourselves will not lift one finger to help them.

    47 “Woe to you, because you build tombs for the prophets, and it was your ancestors who killed them. 48 So you testify that you approve of what your ancestors did; they killed the prophets, and you build their tombs. 49 Because of this, God in his wisdom said, ‘I will send them prophets and apostles, some of whom they will kill and others they will persecute.’ 50 Therefore this generation will be held responsible for the blood of all the prophets that has been shed since the beginning of the world, 51 from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah, who was killed between the altar and the sanctuary. Yes, I tell you, this generation will be held responsible for it all.

    52 “Woe to you experts in the law, because you have taken away the key to knowledge. You yourselves have not entered, and you have hindered those who were entering.”

    If you want to know more about Yeshua, Jesus the Christ, go here:
    http://www.arabicbible.com/for-muslims/

  31. Anonymous August 1, 2012 at 8:30 am #

    It is disheartening to see muslims degrade Islam by saying that Tattoo is not allowed. Plucking your eyebrows, straightening? …. come on guys. Wear a sensible hat on and think through your understanding of the Qur’an and everything you have learnt from the Prohpet’s life…

    Be good, do good to others and to yourself …

    I can only pray to the god almighty for the ignorant on this board who believe that such beautifications is haraam. May Allah help you see the truth.

  32. Anonymous August 17, 2012 at 8:11 pm #

    It says in the qur’an it is haram. Stop finding reasons to be able to do it. Do it but dont blame others on the day of judgement for not telling you. Your changing the creation. Yes CHANGING. Not “adding”… Adding things to the body changes it incase u didnt know.. Just dont act like ur trying to find an answer if it is wrong or not and then choose urself to believe it isnt wrong when the prophet (pbuh) cursed the tattoer and the tattooed.

  33. Tarrah Ayman H October 3, 2012 at 7:33 pm #

    That first quote is absolutely gorgeous. I believe this is the first unbiased Islamic thing I have ever read.. I enjoyed it a lot, thank you… I just stumbled upon this while looking for info on my apparently incorrect “salaam” tattoo. Lucky me.

  34. Mahdi November 28, 2012 at 6:15 pm #

    i am going to get a tatto, a religious one!

  35. Adi June 8, 2013 at 7:53 am #

    Nice share Bro!
    @^: Hahaha are you kidding?

  36. Mustafa February 5, 2014 at 3:48 pm #

    I disagree with this article entirely. First and foremost as a religious muslim who prays daily and has only touched halal meat in his entire life span, am disgusted with most of these comments and this article. Next, it depends what sect of islam you are from. Yes there is one Quran and different sects with different leaders in each sect.
    Your reasons above in the article is basely why you believe getting a tattoo is a bad idea. Only one is from a religious perspective. Hepatitis and HIV? Definitely right if you’re an idiot who wants to get tattood in some kids basement. Job? I’m sorry we live in 2014 where we’re going to have some tatted up grandparents.

    How dare any of you judge others with tattoos. I come from a very religious islamic family whom by the way accepted me for the 40 HOURS OF WORK done on my body. Who accept my dominican wife. Who realize that my character never changed, the love I show to others never changed, the love I show to God and the good I do everyday never changes.

    Lets talk about work? I’m an 8th grade Math teacher who changes the lives of my students everyday. Are my tattoos covered? NO. Why? Because tattoos are actually accepted in our society. We don’t live in the 80s anymore nor do we live in the 17th century.

    Those of you who are shaking your heads, you’re allowed to have your opinions. Just as I have my opinions on muslims who eat at Burger king and say BISMILAH right before, or the muslim men who treat their daughters like she’s a caged cat until marriage, OH wait let’s not forget all you women commenting without your hijabs on in public. I’m sorry isnt that haram? Oh but that’s different right? Because it’s you?

    Judge me ON Judgement day when I’m standing in front of my creator with MY SCALE OF JUSTICE. Weel see how much my tattoos really play in a role in the hundreds of lives I’ve teached in my life, the goodness I do everyday as a human being, the prayers I’ve prayed and the sacrifices I made.

    Because to be honest you all need to open your mind and see what’s more important. When my 4 year old daughter Zeinab is having a blast coloring in my tattoos with her markers and crayons like I’m a coloring book is the happiest thrill I have ever gone through in my life.

    Have love in your heart and worry about yourself. The world keeps moving. You should to. Peace.

  37. Hannah August 7, 2014 at 2:41 pm #

    Peace be with you all,
    I’m muslim and really love tattoos. I was just thinking that on the day of judgement, all our piercings, tattoos and clothes won’t be on us. So what does that matter? Isn’t it just alright to have a tattoo on an area not involved in wudu and to make sure it’s not a face and quran as you can’t take that to the toilet?

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