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Magic Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Mrrw Jr Pkwy
Gainesville, GA
 
The Dragon's Den
(706) 216-6990
8426 Highway 53 E
Dawsonville, GA
 
Puddytats Tattooing Studio
(770) 271-7566
4131 Hamilton Mill Rd
Buford, GA
 
Creative Mind's Tattoo & Body Piercing Inc
(678) 482-8300
4140 S Lee St
Buford, GA
 
New Vision Tattoo
(770) 535-0006
107 Washington St NE
Gainesville, GA

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Magic Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Mrrw Jr Pkw
Gainesville, GA
 
The Dragon's Den
(706) 216-6990
8426 Highway 53 E
Dawsonville, GA
 
Puddytats Tattooing Studio
(770) 271-7566
4131 Hamilton Mill Rd
Buford, GA
 
Uncle Freddie's Tattoo && Body
(678) 482-8300
4140 S Lee St
Buford, GA
 
Magick Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Morrow Jr Pkwy
Gainesville, GA

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Religious Tattoos and Symbols of Faith and Spirituality

ISLAMIC TATTOOS

The KORAN also forbids tattooing, depending on how it is translated. "The guilty are recognized by their marks." The debate rages in Islam, just as it does in Christianity. Meanwhile, the practice of marking the skin was not uncommon amongst Muslims who have journeyed to Mecca or Medina. If tattoos were going to be a problem for a Moslem, it was usually upon admission to paradise. This ceased to be a concern if the wearer was sure he would be purified by fire before entry. "Tattoo? What tattoo?" Bans notwithstanding, tattoos are simply too attractive when it comes to expressing something as fundamental as one's beliefs.

Crescent with Star tattoos For Moslems, their first choices are usually the Crescent with Star - although originally a political symbol, or verses of the Koran, usually in Arabic calligraphy, or the Hand of Fatima. In Islam, which overlaps with Christianity, Angels , Satan , and even Adam and Eve are also meaningful symbols.

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