June 2024

A guide to Islamic emojis

I’m sure that all my few and ever-diminishing band of readers know that emojis are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and Web pages. Emoji are used much like emoticons (what’s the difference? I’ve no idea).

Originating on Japanese mobile phones in the late 1990s, emoji have become increasingly popular worldwide.

Here are some typical emojis:

Of course, these emojis are Kuffir emojis and not suitable for a person from the Religion of Tolerance, Murder, Hatred and Peace – especially if used to represent female emotions.

Fortunately, our ever-inventive Muslim friends have started to come up with a set of emojis that can be used by Muslims.

I understand that these are the most commonly used female emojis in more traditional Muslim countries:

And here are typical female emojis from the more enlightened Muslim countries:

There have been attempts to further improve Muslim emojis.

But I suspect if a Muslim female was to use any of the emojis featured below in some hellhole like Saudi Arabia or Iran, they would be arrested and whipped, raped or even worse for using pictures that clearly revealed far too much of a woman’s face:

As for male Islamic emojis, I’m led to believe that this is one of the most commonly used:

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