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Reading the Mushaf (the books that contain only the Arabic text of the Quran with no additional notes on each page) requires the reader to perform ablution, just like performing prayers / salats. It is stated in verse 79 of sura 56 of the Koran: "No one can touch him except with ablution". This means that it is considered a negative action if you read the Quran in an inappropriate state. It is unethical to read the Qur'an without covering the awrah for either male or female. Therefore, reading Mushaf without the hijab is unethical and not allowed.
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However, reading his translation, or tafseer or the Mushaf with translation has a different law. Since this type of text is not considered Mushaf, touching it does not require ablution and covering of the awrah. However, respect for the text is important because it contains a sacred text and not a normal text.
What are the benefits of learning the Quran?
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Learning the Quran is a very noble act that every Muslim should perform on a daily basis. This gives him knowledge of all aspects of life, also brings him closer to the Creator and will be proof of the rewards for his good deeds on the Day of Judgment.

Learning the Quran is also required of Muslim men and women. Muslims start learning the Koran from the early years of their life. Continuing connection with the Quran through learning brings the Muslim closer to the Creator, brings great blessings in this worldly life, and will be a source of great reward in the Hereafter.

The benefits of learning the Quran are limitless with the main advantage of orienting oneself towards the right path to Allah.

"Read! In the Name of your Lord who created (all that exists). He created man from a lump (a thick piece of coagulated blood). Read! And your Lord is most generous. Who taught (writing) with a pen. He taught man what he did not know "[al-'Alaq 96: 1-5]

It is reported by `Uthman that, the Prophet (?) said:" The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur'an and teach it. "(Bukhari)

Hence, this Hadith shows that the best of all are those associated with the Qur'an (learning it and imparting its beneficial knowledge.

Besides this, the superiority of the Quran over other types of all other discourses, it was reported by Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari that the Prophet (?) said: "The example of him (a believer) reciting the Quran is like that of a cedar that tastes and smells good. And he (a believer) who does not recite the Quran is like a date that tastes good but has no smell. And the example of a wicked and dissolute person who reciting the Quran is like Raihana (sweet basil) which smells good but tastes bitter.And the example of a wicked and dissolute person who does not recite the Quran is like colocynth which tastes bitter and has no smell.



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