Should I perform wudu before reading from it? Can I read when I'm going through menstruation?
Reading the Quran without wudu is permissible, but touching a book of Quran without wudu is considered impermissible by most scholars. I’m not entirely convinced by their arguments but just to be safe it is best not to touch an Arabic book of Quran without wudu. This does not apply to reading the Quran from a computer or smartphone; this is allowed even when menstruating. The prohibition on touching a book of Quran without wudu does not apply to translations since they are not considered literal books of Quran.
One can also read from an Arabic book of Quran without wudu and when menstruating as long as they do not touch it, for example if they wear gloves.
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- Fatwa from the Saudi Fatwa Council (Arabic PDF)
I see you are giving fatwa, but do you have any qualifications to do so?