Along the Tigris River there is a disarming and powerful rumble of hope. Meet The Iraq Bikers Club, dozens of young and not so young men, wearing Harley Davidson pins atop Honda motorcycles.
After living through years of war they’re now coming together regularly to show the world everyone can get along.
They come from different tribes - Shia, Sunni, and Kurds - and are unified by a love for riding motorcycles.
They try to set a good example for the next generation and give blood twice a month, but mostly they get revved up for fun.
On this Friday night, the leader of the pack takes Martha Raddatz for a ride with the group and lets her wear his club vest. After a lot of pictures for the clubs record books, they were off.