Iraqi People Reflect on the Country's Future, and Its Turbulent Past

ABC's Martha Raddatz returns to the country as U.S. prepares to leave.
3:00 | 12/12/11

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Yeah I don't. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm very hopeful that Hamas we we managed to govern our country. Something about -- Until approved would be good for you -- you know. -- -- nine years you like. -- -- -- On the fact that -- thought. If I got my mom that I thought that he be independent. Seven that money that our son -- I thought happened. -- -- -- I -- the biggest -- possible my husband was killed my house was destroyed on -- -- my belongings. Sean because it's not especially thank and Yassin. And and -- And I have to remember -- He was shot dead it is 2000 feet Begin does that 2005 heated up a sixty -- and -- -- you know. Glad to hear. Would look at -- difficult. We're not going to be doing and what can we really -- -- we didn't happen -- -- -- -- with the real world. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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