Still, women were to pray behind the men and it wasn't halal for them to pray in the same line. Also, if men’s clothes were not long enough, the women were ordered not to raise their heads from sujood until men raised their heads first. Keep in mind temptations and distractions are the last things needed in prayers. Some women also breastfeed their children during prayer periods and having no men around makes them feel more at ease.Thank you very much, women also used to pray in the same mosque as a the male sahabah and would even ask questions infront of men. There were actually no barriers or walls between men and women back when Prophet SAW was alive.
Tell Wahabists this and theyll go bonkers giving you excuses like the time has changed fitnah has spread etc. So they are flexible when it suits them, adhering to a bedoin Saudi culture instead of the pure Islam