You can find many reports about various issues of “Voice of Jihad” in the archives here. It is a primary Internet recruitment tool for the mujahedin. From AKI, with thanks to the Constantinopolitan Irredentist:
Riyadh, 11 May (AKI) – A militant arrested two days ago in the Saudi capital Riyadh has been identified by the police as the man in charge of al-Qaeda’s information operation in the country. The pan-Arab newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat quotes a source from the Saudi interior ministry as saying he is the editor of the monthly on-line magazine ‘Voice of the Jihad’. The Saudi national is reported to have been arrested after being injured during a gun battle on Monday.
A statement from the ministry said Abdel Aziz bin Rashid bin Hamdan al-Tawili al-Anzi is “one of the promoters of deviant ideology” (“deviant” being the word the Saudi authorities often use to refer to al-Qaeda), publishing statements from al-Qaeda’s Saudi cell on the internet. The interior ministry also said his preaching and statements were used to defame peaceful Islamic principles “for evil purposes”, and that al-Anzi said it was permissible to shed non-Muslim blood and kill security officers on religious grounds.
I’d like to see the Interior Ministry refute those assertions on Islamic grounds.