Aziz Fekkesh was a fictional Egyptian middleman involved in the sale of plans for Karl Stromberg's submarine tracking system. The character appeared in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, played by Nadim Sawalha, and was adapted for Christopher Wood's accompanying novelisation.
Egyptian middleman Aziz Fekkesh tries to negotiate the sale of plans for Karl Stromberg's submarine tracking system. Fekkesh fails to meet James Bond at an arranged appointment at his home in Cairo, leaving Felicca to look after Bond instead, and goes to the Pyramids of Giza where he talks to Anya Amasova, a Russian agent. At the Pyramids, Fekkesh notices Stormberg's henchman Jaws nearby and runs for safety. Bond follows the men into an ancient tomb. Inside the tomb Jaws kills Fekkesh with a fatal bite from his metal teeth before Bond can reach them. After Jaws escapes, Bond finds Fekkesh's appointment book in his pocket which leads him to businessman Max Kalba.