A Kuwaiti man watches Alrai TV drama series 'Saher al lail' online in his house in Salwa, Kuwait, on Monday, Aug. 13. 2012. Each night for the past three weeks, families in Kuwait have been transfixed by a drama in which they already know the ending: Iraq forces will be driven out and the shattered Gulf nation will rebuild. The series is being seen by many as a reminder of past national unity at a time when Kuwait is caught in a near endless cycle of tribal bickering and political showdowns between the Western-backed ruling family and conservative Islamists.

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A Kuwaiti man watches Alrai TV drama series "Saher al lail" online in his house in Salwa, Kuwait, on Monday, Aug. 13. 2012. Each night for the past three weeks, families in Kuwait have been transfixed by a drama in which they already know the ending: Iraq forces will be driven out and the shattered Gulf nation will rebuild. The series is being seen by many as a reminder of past national unity at a time when Kuwait is caught in a near endless cycle of tribal bickering and political showdowns between the Western-backed ruling family and conservative Islamists.

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