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His lawyer, Adel Abdul-Hadi, said it was "logically and religiously unacceptable for Ahmed to enter women's toilets and beauty shops," even after the operation."I pity the young man now."For an interview, Amal wore a red skirt and a matching tight-fitting blouse, and was fasting from dawn to dusk in observation of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month.
We will challenge this verdict to the Court of Cassation [the highest court in the Gulf Arab state],” Adel al-Yahya said.
An overseas sex-change operation has done little to help Amal's struggle for official recognition as a woman in conservative Kuwait.
One court ruled for her, another overturned it and now she is going to the Court of Cassation, her last avenue of appeal."People see me as a comic case," said Amal.
but Amal is an exceptional case because there is a clear biological need for the sex change.
We believe our case is fair and is backed by religious and legal interpretations of the law,” Yahya said.
The lower court, in the first verdict of its kind in conservative Kuwait, agreed in April to a request by Ahmad, a Kuwaiti male, and ordered the government to change officially his sex to female and his name to Amal.