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« on: May 31, 2011 09:47 AM »


Assalamu Alaikum.

Is there any hadith regarding reading the Quran without ablution? I mean is it possible to read the Quran for a person who is free of napak but he doesn't have the ablution being performed? Please guide me. Allah Hafez.
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« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2011 10:43 AM »

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The Quran is the word of Allah as a matter of respect we perform ablution before touching it, performing wudu purifies us physically and spiritually, wudu cleanses away our sins.
Don't you want to sit before your lord as clean as possible physically and in terms of any sins you have committed that would be washed  away by performing wudu?

It doesnt take much at all to perform ablution. For me it also prepares me mentally for the act of worship.




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« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2011 04:30 PM »

wsalam,

Are you reading an Arabic only Quran or one with English? I think the guideline is if it's all Arabic most say you should have wudu. If there is more English than Arabic (like one's with translation and commentaries etc) then it's not considered an actual "mushaf" Quran and so you don't absolutely have to have wudu.  w'Allahu alam
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« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2011 05:03 PM »

From what I've heard, technically it's not required even when it's a proper Mushaf. But still, it is highly recommended by all scholars, some go to the extent of saying that it is compulsory.

The verse in the Quran says that only the pure will touch it and that has most people thinking that you have to have wudu. But, that verse is referring to the Lahw Al Mahfooz in Paradise which only the angels can touch, because even a non muslim in whatever state he/she is, can go to a shop and buy a mushaf very easily. If that verse was about us, then this wouldn't have been possible.

I was told about this by a local scholar, so no brickbats at me if you disagree with it. But he also said that as a muslim it is very highly recommended to be in a state of wudu while touching and reciting the Quran even though it's not actually required. It is one of the etiquettes of reciting the Quran. Allahu'Alam
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