Från: K_Nadia (Ursprungligt meddelande) Skickat: 2007-01-13 13:51
Asalaamo alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh!
We begin with the Name of Allaah
Question: Reciting the Qur'aan without Wudoo'?
Answer: It is preferable to recite it upon purification.
The hadeeth of the Messenger's (Saws) making Tayammum to reply to "As-Salaamu 'Alaikum".
It is not forbidden to recite it without wudoo'.
As for the woman in her period or in after-birth confinement, then nothing prevents her from reciting the Qur'aan.
The hadeeth that At-Tirmidhee reported from Ibn 'Umar (Ra) that the Messenger (Saws) said: "The woman till her period and the junub man may not recite the Qur'aan," then that is a 'munkar' hadeeth, as the Imaam of Sunnah Ahmad Ibn Hanbal says, it is not authentic.
Rather we have the hadeeth of 'Aa'ishah (R) that the Messenger (Saws) said to her when she made Hajj and she had her period: "Do everything the pilgrim does except prayer and tawaaf" Does not the pilgrim recite the Qur'aan? So this hadeeth is a clear proof of the permissibility of a woman's reciting the Qur'aan whilst in her period.
Therefore it is not permissible to prevent the woman in her periods from reciting the Qur'aan claiming that she is not pure! If Allaah ta'aala had prevented her from reciting as He prevented her from praying, then we would follow that prevention and that would be the end of the matter. But He revealed to His Messenger (Saws) a distinction between Prayer and its constituent parts; since some people say that reciting the Qur'aan is one of the pillars of the Prayer, so why do we not make purification a pre-condition for it as it is for the Prayer? So we say: Not only is reciting the Qur'aan a part of the Prayer, but also, Prayer is begun by our saying 'Allaahu Akbar'. So, we should also say that it is a requirement for saying 'takbeer' that we have wudoo'! And the same goes for 'tasbeeh', 'tahmeed' etc.
We find that some of the companions preferred to have wudoo' to touch the Qur'aan - so that shows what is preferable - but to make it obligatory and to say that it is forbidden for a woman in her period to touch the Qur'aan - then that has no proof at all.
Some Points from a Question-and-Answer Session with Shaikh Muhammad Naasir ad-Deen al-Albaani
Source: Jami'at Ihyaa' Mihaaj Al-Sunnah
Fataawa by Shaikh Muhammad Naasir ad-Deen al-Albaanee http://allaahuakbar.in/