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      Quote Originally Posted by nabz View Post
      just wondering...is it okay to read/follow quran online while on menses?
      Asalaamu Alaikum, There is a difference of opinion where some scholars say it is allowed regardless of whether you are touching it or not and some say if your not touching it then it is allowed to recite. But in my humble opinion it would be better to take precaution and avoid it and instead read tafseer or Surahs which are memorised or Duas instead of reciting the Qur'an itself.

      And Allah knows best in all matters

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      Worship from Fajr until 20 Minutes after Sunrise:

      Annas (Ra) narrated that the Prophet (Sallallaahu `alayhi wa Sallam) said: “Whoever prays the Fajr prayer in congregation and then he remains sitting mentioning Allah until the sun rises, and then he prays two Rak’ahs, will receive the reward of one Hajj and one ‘Umrah, complete, complete, complete.” [At-Tirmithi with a good chain of narrators]

      So a woman on her menses can still remain seated after the Fajr prayer and engage in Dua, contemplation, recitation of Tafseer (Meanings) of the Qur'an and in the glorification and remembrance of Allah until 20 minutes after sunrise and there is no reason why she cannot receive the same reward!

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      Can i recite the quran on net, mobile etc. While menses without touching the book?

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      Quote Originally Posted by shonali View Post
      Can i recite the quran on net, mobile etc. While menses without touching the book?
      Asalaamu Alaikum, There is a difference of opinion my sister but it is better to avoid to take the side of precaution. Read the meanings, translation and Tafseer of the Qur'an instead insha'Alllah

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      Waslam
      Thank u very much 4 Ur answer

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      Sisters recite the Dua of Laylatul Qadr abundantly during the last 10 nights:

      اَللَّهُمَّ اِنَّكَ عَفُوٌّ ، تُحِبُّ الْعَفْوَ فَاعْفُ عَنِّي

      Allahumma innaka ‘affuwwun tuhibbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘anni’ ‘

      O Allah You are The One Who forgives greatly, and loves to forgive, so forgive me. [at Tirmidhi]

      This Dua is a true blessing to our Ummah which was given to us by Allah the majestic to the Prophet [Sallallahu laihi Wasallam] to the most beloved person to him: Aisha [RA]. So that makes the Dua extra special.

      Normally when we ask for forgiveness then Allah may forgive us but may still mention the sin to us on the Day of Judgement. But in this Dua we are asking Allah to completely wipe away our sins so that they are totally erased. So recite this Dua frequently during this blessed night to get your sins totally wiped out and come out as sinless as a newborn baby. Subhanallah!

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