The ruling with regard to menstruating women and the Qur'an is that they cannot directly touch the Qur'an. It is permissible to read and recite the Qur'an during menstruation as long as there is no direct contact between the woman and the Qur'an. For example if she used a stick or cloth to hold or turn pages, this would be acceptable.
Can women read the Qur'an during their monthly flow?
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