Headlines: Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims German Court Judges on Syrian War Crimes Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims According to reporting by Reuters on Thursday, ‘A Russia-led military bloc began pulling out from Kazakhstan on Thursday after a week-long deployment amid an explosion of unrest during which authorities in […]
The Khorog city court sentenced seven residents of the Yazgulyam jamoat of the Vanj region to different terms of imprisonment for extremism. Among them are three students from a local high school. According to Radio Ozodi, referring to a source in the court of the city of Khorog, the sentence to the residents of Yazgulyam […]
On January 7, the President of Kazakhstan, KZh Tokayev, made another statement: “The anti-terrorist operation continues in our country. The large-scale and well-coordinated work is being carried out by the police, the National Guard and the army to restore law and order in accordance with the Constitution.
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On December 16, IA KAZINFORM reported: “Today, Kazakhstanis celebrate one of the main holidays – the Independence Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan. This year our Independence marks 30 years,” Kazinform correspondent reports. On December 1, 1991, the first presidential elections in the country’s history took place, as a result of which the candidacy of […]
In the city of Yangiyul, Tashkent region, on the 22th of November dozens of men were summoned to the police department, where their beards were forcibly shaved off. Activists reported that raids on men with beards have recently increased in the region. This is reported by the Uzbek media outlets.
EU Announces Funding for Global Gateway to Rival China BRI This week, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced €300 billion funding for the Global Gateway programme that is the EU’s response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative. The EC President said, “We will support smart investments in quality infrastructure, respecting the highest social […]
On November 18, news agency Radio Liberty, with reference to the US Department of State, published the news: “Kazakhstan has avoided being included in the US “watchlist” for religious freedom. The State Department did not comply with the recommendation of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) to add Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and […]
On October 13, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom published its latest report on Uzbekistan, entitled “Religious and Political Prisoners of Uzbekistan: End Repressive Practices”. According to the report, the number of convicted for their religious beliefs reaches more than 2000 people.
On October 14, 2021, IA Gazeta.Uz reported: “In Uzbekistan, there are more than 2,000 prisoners convicted for religious and political reasons. According to the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, this is more than all the former Soviet republics combined, and one of the highest rates in the world. The commission noted the successes of […]
On 13/10/2021, RFE/RL published the following: “On October 13th, The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) published its periodic report on Uzbekistan. The report states that there are more than 2,000 religious prisoners held in Uzbek prisons, 81 of whom have been identified.”
Special forces officers of the Tashkent City Internal Affairs Department carried out a raid in the Malika shopping center (the largest electronics market in the capital). Eyewitnesses claim that men wearing beards were detained. Local mass media is writing about it.
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By the decision of the Bishkek City Court dated August 27, the famous imam Rashod Kori Kamolov was released from prison before the end of his term of imprisonment. On August 28, the imam returned to his hometown of Kara Suu, Osh Oblast, local media reported.
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov considers the Taliban members to be quite sane people, since, according to him, they do not intend to create an emirate in Afghanistan based on Sharia.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan reported: “On July 15, 2021, in Tashkent, representatives of the United States of America, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan decided to create a new quadripartite platform for consultations.
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Headlines: • Taliban say They Control 85pc of Afghanistan • Chinese FM to Visit Central Asia on SCO Mission for Afghan Peace • US says Shared Interests with Pakistan Go Beyond Afghanistan Taliban say They Control 85pc of Afghanistan Taliban officials said on Friday the insurgent group had taken control of 85 per cent of […]
People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Yodgor Sadiev criticized the wearing of a beard by Uzbek youth, calling it a devilish manifestation. The proper video was posted on the Internet on June 17.
On April 19, 2021, the City Court of Naberezhnye Chelny of the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia ruled on the recognition of the books of the Turkish theologian Said Nursi, published in Turkey in Turkish, as “extremist materials”. The court refused to order a comprehensive examination for the defense and limited itself to the conclusion […]
Radio Liberty is increasingly covering events related to the persecution of LGBT people in the republics of Central Asia. For example, on June 10, Radio Svoboda published an interview with the deputy of the parliament of Uzbekistan Alisher Kadirov, who openly proposed to deport all the representatives of the LGBT community from the country without […]
The Samarkand Regional Court upheld the decision regarding local resident Asliddin Khudoyberdiev, who was sentenced to 15 days of arrest for illegally teaching religion to underage children, – his lawyer Abduvokhid Yakubov informed Ozodlik media outlet. Khudoyberdiev was arrested by officers from the Pakhtachi District Internal Affairs Department of the Samarkand Region during a May […]
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On May 11, Kazan witnessed the worst mass shooting of schoolchildren since the 2018 attack on a college in Kerch (21 people died at that time). At about 9 a.m., 19-year-old Ilnaz Galyaviev, born on September 11, 2001 and expelled in April of this year from TIBA (Tatar Institute of Business Assistance) College, came with […]
On the night of April 28-29, there occured an armed conflict on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border with the use of firearms during the conflict about 300 people were injured on both sides, more than 50 were killed.
On April 29, 2021, the Khovar news agency reported on its website: “Today, on April 29, in Dushanbe, a meeting of the Committee of Secretaries of Security Councils of the member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) – Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan was held. It was chaired by the Secretary […]
The month of Ramadan is a month of repentance for many, but not for President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon. On the eve of the onset of the holy month, he delivered an annual message to the people, in which he once again called on some categories of Tajiks to abandon their compulsory fasting.
On 28 April 2021, Sergei Shoigu met with Uzbekistan’s Defense Minister, Bakhodir Kurbanov. It was indicated that Russia and Uzbekistan would for the first time develop a military cooperation program aimed at coordinating military relations between the two countries in 2021-2025.