Our advice – religious tattoos, as well as the much-loved by many names of loved ones, generally should not be applied to the body, because of preference for various circumstances vary, but the inscription remains forever. Tattoos in Arabic is very beautiful and unusual looking tattoo, made in Arabic. Like Hebrew, the language suggests writing from right to left, which makes the result is even more puzzling. But only if it is intended for use outside of Muslim countries. The fact that Islam prohibits in general be applied to the body of anything by (although, henna painting, for example, can be). This is considered a stroke of Satan (the devil).
Now, of course, strict rules are slightly softened, but the majority were taboo. So, in no case be mentioned in the tattooing the name of Allah and the Prophet Muhammad. Also under prohibited images of humans and animals. And here, for example, plants can portray. Tattoos in Chinese and Japanese there is huge demand for Chinese and Japanese characters. By virtue of a certain proximity of alphabets we combine them into one group. Over time, tattoos were applied in these countries, only representatives of professional clans and warriors (in most cases – the same thing), respectively, were not designed for "death." Even now in China and Japan, tiny percentage of people make a tattoo on these languages, preferring to any European. A breakthrough produced a nice story about voenonachalnike Yue Fei. Without unnecessary rants (details – in any search engine), we say that this brave soldier and clave his four characters "unlimited", "dedication", to "serve", "country", which according to legend, not just radically changed his life.