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#×# Although there is no Islamic scripture, neither Quaranic nor Hadith, where females are required to cover their face and hands, there is on the contrary a Hadith where it is narrated that the Prophet himself taught, in accordance to his Sunnah, that it is in fact forbidden (haraam), at least during Hajj and Umrah, for females to veil (niqab) their face, even if at other times the female insists on wearing niqab anyway against Islamic scripture.
Then, a niqabi shall also not be criticized for her wearing the niqab because she thought it was obligatory, or because she had been taught it was obligatory, or because she wishes to err on the side of caution in an incorrect but good faith gesture of extreme modesty.
The third interpretation, which is also an opinion held by a small minority of Islamic scholars, states that the niqab is outright prohibited and against Islam to wear at any time, whether in the presence of non-mahram or not.
The niqab has continued to arouse debate between Muslim scholars and jurists both past and present concerning whether it is prohibited, fard (obligatory), mustahabb (recommended/preferable), or 'urf (cultural).
It is "a custom imported from Najd, a region in Saudi Arabia and the power base of its Salafi fundamentalist form of Islam.
Within Muslim countries it is very contested and considered fringe." Today, the niqab remains traditionally associated, and most often worn, in its region of origin; the Arab countries of the Arabian Peninsula — Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates.The first interpretation, which is an opinion held by the overwhelming majority of Islamic scholars, states that the niqab is optional at most, though even among these there are disagreements as to when niqab-wearing does become forbidden even for those who would otherwise choose to wear it of their own accord.