Dr Zakir NaikScholar English

Is Tattoo Haraam?

if that to haram in Islam, please answer. Our Beloved Prophet sallallahu alaihis salam said, it’s mentioned hadith of Shahi Bukhari. Hadith number 5943.

That Ibn Massoud may Allah be pleased with him, said that Allah curses, the woman who practices tattooing. And who gets tattooing done on herself. And the woman that removes the hair from the faith, and the eyebrows, etc. And the woman who makes artificial gaps between her teeth, true beautiful, or changes the structure, what Allah subhanaw taala has given her and will not curse those women who the prophet has cursed, or Allah has cursed in his book.

The hadith it very clear cut, Sahi Bukhari, Hadith number 5943. A similar message is given in Sahi Muslim, Hadith number 5573. That would Ibn Massoud may Allah be pleased with him. He said

that may Allah Curses the woman that practices that doing and don’t mean that there’s tattooing on herself. So based on these two Hadith both of them are in the same Muttafiqun alayh highest category of hadith is a Hadith which is available in sahi Buhari, and sahi muslim, it is the highest category of sahi, it says very clearly that doing that doing practicing tattooing, or having tattoo done on yourself, both Haram and Allah Curses such people, Tattoing means you take a needle, and you inject dye, one of the communities Wait is that to take out blood and in place of the blood, you put a dye maybe blue color or any other color.

This is called tattoo, but tattooing. If it is permanent, it’s called tattooing. So anything which is permanent, we inject a dye and you put a color, whether it be blue color, red color, any color, and you make a design or whatever it is, and that dye becomes permanent part of your skin. This type of permanent tattooing is haram in Islam.

It’s not permitted. But if it is done on a temporary basis, for example, use Hina or you use Mende or any color which is temporary for a few days, then that is permissible, especially Hiner is permissible Mehndi Design, as long as the design that you’re doing with henna with mende or any other temporary color, it is not against Islam, it should not be an image of an animal or human be as long as it doesn’t break the rule of the Islamic Sharia. It’s permitted, but permanent method with a needle injecting dye or there are new methods. Now if it’s permanent color, using any sort of design, if it’s permanent, it is changing the creation of Allah subhanaw taala This is prohibited.

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