Although on a smaller scale, it is similar to what happened after 9/11 in the States. "I fear you just woke up a sleeping bear."
Here are links to some of the positive shows of force around the country:
Kuwaitiful: We Always Thought It Would Never Reach Us
(This one contains a video clip which I LOVE. Translated, it is a father telling his son that if anyone asks you, "Are you Sunni or Shiite?" you look them in the eyes and say, "I am Kuwaiti.")
Alison & Peter: Dear Kuwait:
Kuwaitiful: CNN's Report on the Kuwait Terrorist Bombing (with video clip)
BBC Trending: How one country came together after a terrorist attack
Arab Times: Unity Without Islamism
Unfortunately, this is not the first time Kuwaitis were killed on their own soil by terrorism. In the 1980's, the Fisherman's Diwaniya (next to Marina Crescent - at the T of Hamad Mubarak Street and the Gulf Road) was bombed and many innocent people lost their lives. Someone drove a car into the diwaniya and ignited a bomb.
History is bound to repeat itself as long as people don't know their past! No one talks about negative history here. It is like it never happened. Learn, educate, and find solutions for the future.
But back on a positive note: Love always wins over hate and I'm glad to see that good things are coming out of bad.