Pearl of Wisdom

to his companions, 'Which of you loves the money of his heirs more than his own money?' They said, ?O Messenger of Allah, we all love our own money more than the money of our heirs.' He said, 'One's own money is that which is put forward and the money of one's heir [i.e. that which we save and not spend in charity] is that which he leaves behind.'

Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [sawa]
al-Targhib wa al-Tarhib, v. 2, p. 50, no. 8

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Question : #494 Category: Dress & Clothing
Subject: are we allowed to get tattoo?
Question: is it against the muslim religion if i get a tatto?
Answer: No it is not against the religion, tattooing on the skin is permitted on the condition that it does not harm the body.

However it is forbidden to tattoo profane images or pornographic images and the like.
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May I ask what is the source of this?

Surely for woman there is a Hadith that they should not make blue marks on their bodys. (Godna, i.e. small drills with the needles and then filling colour) which is exactly like tattos.

I would say that there is no specific with Hadith because no men were doing this. I understand there is no specific Hadith for men but we have to conclude that if it is not permitted for women then it is twice not permitted for men.

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