Fragments of 9 leaves of text (and of 2 blank leaves) containing a list of transliterated Arabic words, alphabetized by first letter only, with Latin synonyms (words or phrases). Frame-ruled with lead point. Written by one scribe in a rapid gothic cursive in medium brown ink, in 39-41 lines in two columns. All folios cropped, all edges (except cut-off edges) in tatters; evidence of having been glued to other folios in places; severely spotted, without loss of text. Pen-trials on blank folio 11v.
Fragment containing parts or all of four short chapters 84 to 87, including: verses 16 to 25 of al-inshiqāq (The sundering), all of al-Burῡj (The mansions of the stars), all of al-Ṭāriq (The morning star), and verses 1 through 14 and the first two words of verse 15 from al-A̒alá (The most high).
Collage of faces of men and women of all ages and races, juxtaposed around the words "prevent AIDS" and "HIV" in various languages. Several AIDS hotline numbers are featured at the bottom of the poster, targeting people of Turkish, Moroccan or Chinese descent.
Image of a woman speaking on the telephone. The text, in French but with a parallel title in Arabic, provides a telephone number through which one may get information on sexually transmitted disesases, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
On flames of a huge fire, a syringe with three signs of skeleton and bones is injecting a contaminated blood to the globe, while a big hand is out of the globe and holding members of a family -a man, a women, and a child- with sunshine behind their heads, above of darkness.