[It is recorded] in honored sheets  Exalted and purified  [Carried] by the hands of messenger-angels  Noble and dutiful . (Abasa ; 13-16).
But, despite differences of opinion about the meaning of the word “it”, all experts in Islamic law agree that people who do not have wudoo must not touch the Quran. And, even though what is meant by the word “it” is the Quran in the Lawh Mahfudh, which cannot be touched except by holy beings (angels), then the Koran in the world must not be touched except by people those who are holy, who have ablution and do not have great traditions. That’s the analogy.
But there is one important thing I want to say here, that there are some legal experts who allow unholy people to touch the Quran. But what needs to be understood in relation to that is, that it does not apply in every condition. That only applies if it is done in the context of learning.
That is a brief explanation about touching Quran without ablution (wudu). Do you understand? If you want to ask, please ask!
I think that’s enough for this article. May be useful! Amen!
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