All posts tagged: Kazakhstan

“Religious Freedoms” is a Tool of the West to Achieve its Political Goals

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 […]

Lessons from the Failure of Previous Islamic Political Movements to the Ummah in General and to those Assume Authority in Particular for the Establishment of the Real Islamic Authority

The Muslim Ummah is truly longing for the Khilafah in the method of Prophethood as mentioned by the Messenger of Allah (saw). Amidst the ruins of humiliation and destruction that afflicts the Muslim world, today, the Muslim Ummah is waiting for the glorious day. The intellectuals of the Kafir states also know this well and […]

Pakistan and the Fallacy of Geo-Economics The Race for Central Asia

Since its founding, Pakistan has remained a state under threat. The eastern wing of the moth-eaten Pakistan that was compromised upon in 1947, had borders with a hostile neighbor, India, to the east. At the same time, its inception reopened old questions concerning ethnic fault lines in South Asia. Across the border to the east, […]

Istanbul Canal & the Montreux Convention: A Case for US Influence

In June of this year, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the first step towards his move to build the “Canal Istanbul” project, announcing that this was a “new page today in Turkey’s development history…We see this as a project to save the future of Istanbul.” (Source) His self-proclaimed “crazy” plan surfaced a decade ago, but it hasn’t been […]

Q&A: Political Repercussions in Afghanistan

Question: On 17 July 2021, a high profile round of negotiations was announced in Qatar between two high-level delegations, seven representatives from the Taliban and a seven-member [Afghan] government delegation, to discuss critical outstanding issues between them, after the US President announced on 8 July 2021 that the withdrawal of his forces from Afghanistan would […]

The West Uses LGBT Rights Laws to Bend the Central Asian Republics Authorities under its Control

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 Armed Conflict on the Border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan once Again Proves that the CSTO is an Instrument of the Colonizer of Russia!

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 […]

Muslim Rights Defender in Russia, Ilmir Imaev, Passed Away to the Mercy of Allah

On 17 August 2019 CE, the dear brother, the defender of Muslim rights, Ilmir Imaev, died and his death was tragic and a great loss especially for Muslims of Russia and Ukraine, because he defended their rights and stood against their oppression and persecution until the last hour of his life. Ilmir Imaev Ansovich was […]

Tyrant Nazarbayev is waging a fierce struggle against Islam and Muslims in the country!

On January 15, IA “TELEARNA” reported on its website: “130 parents of schoolchildren can be held administratively liable for their unwillingness to comply with the school dress code in South Kazakhstan. Almost 400 pupils of the region’s schools wear headscarves and other religious attributes. The implementation of the secular state standards in the educational institutions […]

The Tyrants of Asia remain against Islam

Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, at a meeting with members of the public in Dushanbe on July 11, 2017, called on Tajik women to give up Islamic clothing, arguing that hijab is supposedly an alien culture for Tajik women. “A limited circle of women and girls see religiosity not in the soul, but in appearance, dressing […]