What’s in a tattoo?

Following my previous post, found an excellent post: What’s in a tattoo?

Comment in the article supported by 60% of the readers (see Poll on original article):

The tattoo on this TTP terrorist is EXACTLY the same as the one on this SATANIC SYMBOL found on this Freemasonry website:


I’m having a hard time being convinced by the auther that this is no big deal. Yes, it IS A BIG DEAL! A Satanic Freemason/Illuminati Tattoo on a Muslim Religious Extremist? You think nothing is wrong here?!

And I don’t buy this argument that it could have been there before he joined the Taliban. Would they let him in?

My Answer

dear, thanks for incomplete information. Fortunately, I spent few minutes to explore what the site says about the satanic symbols (instead of abruptly reaching to a “preferred” conclusion). What do you think the official (I do not know yet) site of Freemasons would be saying, “hey, we are satans and these are our symbols”. In fact, they say that we have no connection with these symbols and the people using these symbols. In fact these are thousands of satanic symbols created by Artists. A man can make a tattoo of whatever he likes, knowingly or unknowingly. Young people like freaky stuff. I have seen many boys having skulls on their bodies. Should we consider them non-Muslims? If one of these skull imagery was named as some satanic blabla by its creator (artist), should we always draw some meaning out of it?

Tattoos are mostly for freaks. Freaks like demons, horror etc…


One thought on “What’s in a tattoo?

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