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  • Abuzubeir
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    Re: Islamic stance on tattoos

    Originally posted by kratos_786 View Post
    most people have have no respect for people who are illiterate
    education is a state of mind.
    alot of illiterate people have made it in life.

    respect is earned brother, being literate doesn't mean that you will be respected

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  • kratos_786
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    most people have have no respect for people who are illiterate

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  • Abuzubeir
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    naturally i've got no respect for guys with tattos

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  • kratos_786
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    how would it pose a risk to your health?

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  • adri
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    Why would you want or wish for something that Allah will curse you for?

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  • SamiFFXII
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    What? Whats so good about a tattoo? Having a pattern on your body that no one will see, and further it may risk your health and after a couple of years look just disgusting, not thank you. As for cosmetic surgery, Allah doesn't make things hard, if it is medically required certain surgeries are fine, but if they are superfluous like nose jobs or whatnot for no particular reason they are not. Braces are also fine i think in order to straighten your teeth, you're not filing them?? I may be wrong.

    Allah knows best

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  • noobz
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    I'm not sure. I've wanted a tattoo for several years.

    I wish I got a tattoo before I converted.
    its something like smoking .... first ur so into it and later u find out that u jz abused ur body ....

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  • AyaMikail
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    Tattoo looks nice @ 1st but after few years...ink would fade..retouch is needed...also as your skin wrinkles the pattern becomes less attractive ;)

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  • Wolfn
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    Originally posted by noobz View Post
    after u get ur tattoo , u'll wish u never had it.
    I'm not sure. I've wanted a tattoo for several years.

    I wish I got a tattoo before I converted.

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  • noobz
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    I wish tattoos were allowed. I really want to get a tribal tattoo on my arm:
    after u get ur tattoo , u'll wish u never had it.

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  • kratos_786
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    i want a tribal too :(

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  • AyaMikail
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    I'd choose butterfly designs...but it's not allowed so oh well...lol dreams on :up:

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  • AyaMikail
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    Originally posted by RRIIZZZ View Post
    Those who file their teeth for the purpose of beautification
    Does this mean braces aren't allowed if you teeth juts out?

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  • Wolfn
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    I wish tattoos were allowed. I really want to get a tribal tattoo on my arm:

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  • kratos_786
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    Then by that logic shouldn't all forms of cosmetic surgery(sometimes to get rid of wounds caused by horrific accidents or to cure psychological wounds like insecurities) be considered forbidden, but to my knowledge they're not. Taking that logic even further shouldn't ALL forms of modification of ones appearance(hair cuts, gelling waxing hair dye etc) be considered haram but they're not. ALL of these are contextual and as long as your tattoo isn't offensive I'm sure god will forgive you.(being a good person who donates to charity helps the needy and generally does good deeds may offset the the act of getting the tattoo)

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