Residents of Mosul, one of the last major strongholds of the Islamic State extremist group in Iraq, used to live in constant fear. Creativity and free thought were discouraged, as was education. So doing something you were passionate about was unheard of. But a young Kurdish engineer had other ideas. He believed it was his duty to capture what life was like in Mosul during ISIS's reign. As reporter Kawa Omer reports, his outlet was making toys and small models. Bezhan Hamdard narrates.