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Again this report is weak. Supporting evidence that it is prohibited to touch the Quran while in state of impurity xaqib identity what is the correct definition of tahaar. Shaykh Salih bin Muhammad Al Luhaydhan. Another opinion among Malikis is that you must pray an obligatory prayer between two wudus. This story has problems both with chain and the text. The Islamic Ruling on Music and Singing.

There is some weakness, but it has some supporting evidence in Bukhari and Muslim which has led the scholars to believe that it is permissible to read the Quran without wudu but it is preferable to have wudu.

Fiqh Us Sunnah (English)

And he said, that I saw the prophet perform this wudu when he already had wudu. One cannot state which of those is meant without further evidence. Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid.

Shaykh Abdur Rahman Hasan Mahmoud. This is also the conclusion of Ibn Taymiyyah.

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Shaykh Fahd al Muqrin. Some say there is break in the chain, Al Bukhari says there is no break in the chain. Shaykh Saalih Aal Taalib. Permissible to touch Quran while not in state of wudu While researching this issue, sheikh came to the conclusion that you saydd to double check statements attributed to Sahabah.


Shaykh Abdul Khaliq Ash Sharif. One poor interpretation of the hadith is that the prophet wore jawrab over the naal. Shaykh Abdullah Al Airyani. Shaykh Khadam Hussein Elahi Buksh.

Shaykh Dr Abdur Raheem Azzawi. Shaykh Rabee Bin Zakaria.

Imam Abdullah Muhammad saued Zarqaanee. Provide legal proof of your right to demand removal. Shaykh Hasan Muhammad Al Mashaat. Shaykh Abdul Azeez al Nihaas. Then we get to the issue of touching the mushaf. Shaykh Ahmad Bin Hajar.

Hadith is quoted that it is required to make ghusl for one who washed the body of the dead and it is recommended to make wudu after carrying the body. The significance of this is that the verse regarding wudhu was put into practice and was not abbrogated. The sheikh is not aware of anything of the shariah that prohibits this. Al Albaani did not make any comments on these reports. Shaykh Dr Saleh al-Saleh.

Fiqh Us-Sunnah (Book on Acts of Worship)

We have hadith where the Prophet saas instructs ssayed sahabah to leave their socks on while traveling there is a time duration here, not sure if it is 3 days. We discussed all the things that break wudu and this was not one fih them. Shaykh Dr Saleh As-Saleh. The majority of the scholars allow wiping over hte socks while traveling or not. Touching electronic format dayed the Quran while in state of menses Bin Baaz says that it is permissible for women in state of menses or post partum bleeding to read the Quran since there is no evidence that she cannot do so, but he goes on subnah say that she should not touch the copy of the mushaf, she can change the page with a stick, or she can touch the cover with a clean cloth.


Shaykh Muhammad Mitwaly Ash-Sharawy. He says Tirmidhi is lax about grading hadith that is sahih and then he quotes another scholar that ulema do not rely on hadith graded sahih by Tirmidhi. Shaykh Hashim al Bailee. Adhan is definitely different from salah, but it is a great form of dhikr. Shaykh Imran Bin Ridwan as Sunnnah. Maliki say that it is Mustahabb and some scholars say that it is wajib. If you say it is permissible, what is the evidence?

Shaykh Ahmad ibn Ahmad Shamlaan. Shaykh Maqsood Ul Hasan Faizi. Shaykh Abdul Majid Subh.