Shari’a of the Companions (peace be upon them [the Companions] and all others)
In addition to the Hadith (provisional evidence) quoted above, the following Hadith from al-Bukhari (3/1344), recorded by Abu Dawud (2/2348), also speaks to the issue of women wearing abaya or niqab when they travel abroad.
Narrated Abu Huraira:
I was with the Prophet at the time of the battle of Badr. It was about seven or eight moths since Allah’s Messenger had come out of his grave on the Day of Uhud and he was looking at a man lying with some women (besides the Prophet), and he said loudly, “O Allah! Let my daughter be sacrificed so that their (the men’s) wives are brought out so that I may find them.”
(Narrated by Abu Dawud, Vol. 6, Pg. 496)
However, the above Hadiths are only examples of this practice. And I’m not only talking about the Prophet’s wives; women (and men) are allowed not to wear the headscarf, the shawl, and the gown, with the exception of Hajj pilgrimage when they need to. There are more, many more; but they are very few.
The following, if read carefully:
“They asked about the wearing of abaya or niqab at Jumada in Mecca, and he said, “The people wear it at Jumada.” But they ask about the women who do not wish to wear that, and he said, “They wear it on the day of Badr, which is a battle on the day of Nahr and the day of ‘Arafat; otherwise they would be unable to carry arms.” (Sunan Abu Dawud, 7:434)
There is a Hadith recorded in Tirmidhi (1/622) that says that women are not allowed to do Hajj with men.
When Allah’s Apostle arrived in Mecca, some women came and stood in the front of him and wore the niqab (face veil). He saw them so he ordered that all of them should be cut off. Thereupon, they put their faces to the ground and were killed. (Ahmad) Bukhari recorded:
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