Hayawi Tells His Story
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Hayawi Tells His Story

Nabil Hayawi, a book shop owner in Baghdad whose son was killed and store destroyed by a car bomb as a casualty of the war, has no intentions of leaving-- saying 'Iraq is my soul."Video: Sudarsan Raghavan/The Washington PostEditor: Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.com

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