2013-05-06 - copyright by Forum18

Kazakhstan: Religious freedom to suffer in anti-extremist programme?

"Uncover and halt the activity of illegally functioning places of worship"; "Uncover and halt the distribution of religious literature and informational materials of religious content in non-approved locations"; "Uncover and halt

The State Programme would require video-cameras in all places of worship and teaching on "traditional religions" to become a compulsory school subject. The General Prosecutor's Office in the capital Astana – which is preparing the State Pr

Publication and distribution of all religious works, sharing faith, foreign religious study and places of worship are targeted in a proposed new State Programme to Counter Religious Extremism and Terrorism for 2013-2017, Forum 18 News Service notes. The S ...

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