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November 2, 1990  For Free Kuwait Day, as the second event (organized solely by AFK), a multifaith religious ceremony was held in the afternoon at a famed Anglican church, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, to pray for the freedom on Kuwait and its POWs. The ceremony disproved the Iraqi regime's claim that protests against the invasion were really against Islam. The ceremony was conducted by Adel Al-Ali representing Kuwait and Reverend John Predmore representing the UK. During the ceremony, a map of Kuwait was lit with candles. Each one represented a family who had lost a relative due to the invasion. (See also .)
November 2, 1990
For Free Kuwait Day, as the second event (organized solely by AFK), a multifaith religious ceremony was held in the afternoon at a famed Anglican church, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, to pray for the freedom on Kuwait and its POWs. The ceremony disproved the Iraqi regime's claim that protests against the invasion were really against Islam. The ceremony was conducted by Adel Al-Ali representing Kuwait and Reverend John Predmore representing the UK. During the ceremony, a map of Kuwait was lit with candles. Each one represented a family who had lost a relative due to the invasion. (See also 1602-1616.)
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