Of Kuwait's Constitutional Court, that is:
Kuwait's highest court ruled Wednesday that women lawmakers are not obliged by law to wear the headscarf, a blow to Muslim fundamentalists who want to fully impose Islamic Sharia law in this small oil-rich state.
The Constitutional Court dismissed a case raised by a voter who claimed that two of four women elected to parliament in May - Rola Dashti and Aseel al-Awadhi - can not be members of the legislature because they don't comply with the Islamic dress code.
The other two elected lawmakers wear the headscarf known as hijab, and clothes that fully cover their arms and legs.
The landmark ruling was the second recent breakthrough for Kuwaiti women.
Last week, the same court granted married women the right to obtain a passport without their husband's approval, saying the decades-old requirement was "unconstitutional" and "compromised their humanity."
Compromised their humanity - how well said.