14.10.2010 In 2007, the council's head, Grand Mufti AbdelAziz Al Sheik, urged young Saudis not to join jihad in Iraq or other countries, saying it could embarrass the kingdom. Still, some criticized him for not outright prohibiting it. ...
His fate may not be as well publicised as that of some other Guantanamo Bay inmates but the family of Mauritania's Ahmed Ould AbdelAziz are still hoping they can win his release.... - 08.12.2009, Webcastr
19.12.2011 [Journeyman Weekly] - AHMED HASSAN ABDELAZIZ, STUDENT (SUBTITLED TRANSL.): This happened last night. We took someone who was finally released from the military. They took one of our own called Aboudi. They held him for an hour. After an hour of detainment, we took Aboudi
14.12.2011 [Sabotage Times] - Football For Peace tournament in which four of the country's districts participated: Hodon, Wardhiiglay, Kaaraan and AbdelAziz. This tournament was organized to encourage the reopening of highways in the capital and in particular the ones that serve
The Saudis are brought [to Iraq] in order to carry out bombings. Either they strap on explosives belts and blow up in public places, or else they drive a car, crash into some place, and blow it up. -Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abd Al-Aziz to Saudi Preachers: Saudis Who Go to Iraq Are Used for Suicide Bombings, video clip, June 2007