In other words, should the average Muslim be forbidden to put in his hand that which is not sinful to tattoo on his body?
I have two different answers to this question: I believe that the tattooed hands have a unique place in Islam, in the Book of Sharia, as in the Book of Sura 2:282 where it says, “This is not for a believer to take. Such is a shameful thing which his hands have wrought, such as his hands have tattooed, and so Allah has made it an incentive and means to seek forgiveness.”
The third, more important, answer is also in the Qur’an as found in Sura 2:282.
There are many different verses in the Qur’an that can also answer this question, one of these is Sura 9:29, which is found as: “In the Book there is no sin whatever that he should not remove (from his body) if it be tattooed.” Sura 13:2 likewise says, “and do not let anyone else take it or use it for evil.” These verses are also found in various other verses in the Qur’an too.
Now, if someone was to ask me today what does Allah say in the Qur’an, I would give him five possible options, which I think are the right ones for a person to look at: One of the first places he will probably say, “But it’s not a sin!” and the third place is: “We never told anyone not to tattoo!”
When we read the Holy Qur’an, our first thought is likely to be “What a shame”, a place in this book where the word tattoo has been made the focus of the whole story. It is something people use to describe and show appreciation of something. And yet, there are also so many people who would say you can’t wear a ring without getting a tattoo, or the word “porn” is a pornic expression, or your wife won’t talk back to you unless you have a baby because “a tattoo is required!” etc. The Qur’an in this way, is reminding us that the word tattoo has nothing to do with an animal fetish or a carnal desire of a part of us.
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