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Can we touch the Quran without Wudu?

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majority of scholars that wudu is required to touch the Quran but some modern scholars like Dr.Zakir say that wudu is not required to touch the Quran

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Assalamo alaikum brother

As far as I know, if you're studying the Quran no need to be in wudu, but if you're reading or memorizing it, as an act of worship,  you should be in wudu.

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