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Tattoo or no tattoo Nadia

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: to Jessica : Islam forbids tatoos

Submitted by jessica (Canada), Apr 6, 2017 at 17:46

Hello there Nadia sorry i missed your post i just see it on here with my name as title i dont read all of them unless its for me and has my name. . no time to read it all. LOL.. so sorry for the late replies yes tatoo is forbidden in Islam alot of my friends told me that and so does Mohamed. but he said thats ok as he is not a religious person. he doesnt pray 5 times a day but he does fast on Ramadan.. talking about Ramadan i finally booked my ticket to morocco and going in the beginning of August. he told me not to come during Ramadan because they fast and cant eat and drink and cant do anything only at night time. and he tell me to fast too for a month i say HELL NO. lmaoo. i told him i never fast its not my religion. buddhist never fast.. we only had no meat day twice a month every 15 days in our lunar calendar. full moon.

yes tattooing your boyfriend/husband's name is out of the question for me. im not stupid to have tattoo someone's name and had it be remove once you are divorced and broke up him. Tattoo your parents name and your children's name are for keep. they will be your kids forever no matter what.. i say to mohamed boyfriend/husband comes and go but my children are forever and he agreed with me. you are right if not properly done it could get high risk of infection of hepatitis b and c. and HIV positive. so you have to go to a real good tattoo parlour not the cheap one.and goes to the website and read all the reviews thats what i did before. what turn me off is men or women having tattoo thier hole arm full sleeves and the whole back. for god sake they say its a piece of art if you really wants a piece of art buy a piece of art and hang it on your wall not all over your body. i always think how do they going to withdraw blood with their veins are covered with tattoo and ink. gross!! lol.. and imagine they gets old with saggy skin on the forarms like you said. lol

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