A doctor from Dudley has returned from Syria where he has been fitting prosthetic limbs made from drainpipes to war victims.
Mr Qurashi, who works at Russells Hall Hospital, occupied a makeshift clinic and workshop helping men, women and children who lost limbs during the two-year war that has so far claimed thousands of lives.
A Turkish businessman has donated the drainpipes which are melted down at high heat in an oven and moulded against a plaster cast of the amputated leg. They are then fitted into place with metal pins and leather straps.
The artificial feet are made from recycled rubber.