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January 2, 1991  Five months after the invasion, Kuwaitis gathered at Porchester Hall for the performance of a play that dramatized the invasion and occupation. Its purpose was to send a message of hope to the people inside Kuwait. The play showed the will of the nation was embodied by the Kuwaiti resistance and it predicted every tyrant's rule must inevitably end. One of its acts ridiculed the Iraqi leader and his lies to the news media. In the front row is Ambassador Ghazi Al-Rayes (near the aisle) and behind him Ghazi Al-Saq'abi (2nd from right) with his wife (in red). Near the aisle on right is Asma Al-Mefleh (in light-colored turtleneck). (See also .)
January 2, 1991
Five months after the invasion, Kuwaitis gathered at Porchester Hall for the performance of a play that dramatized the invasion and occupation. Its purpose was to send a message of hope to the people inside Kuwait. The play showed the will of the nation was embodied by the Kuwaiti resistance and it predicted every tyrant's rule must inevitably end. One of its acts ridiculed the Iraqi leader and his lies to the news media. In the front row is Ambassador Ghazi Al-Rayes (near the aisle) and behind him Ghazi Al-Saq'abi (2nd from right) with his wife (in red). Near the aisle on right is Asma Al-Mefleh (in light-colored turtleneck). (See also 3702-3721.)
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