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Over 40 Zhambyl oblast students studying abroad are adepts of Tablighi Jamaat 29 марта 2013, 19:19

There are 41 adepts of the banned religious movement among 52 citizens of Zhambyl oblast of Kazakhstan who are studying in foreign theological universities.
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Over 40 Zhambyl oblast students studying abroad are adepts of Tablighi Jamaat Over 40 Zhambyl oblast students studying abroad are adepts of Tablighi Jamaat
There are 41 adepts of the banned religious movement Tablighi Jamaat among 52 citizens of Zhambyl oblast of in the south of Kazakhstan who are studying in foreign theological universities, KazTAG reports. “27 adepts study in Pakistan, 11 in Malaysia and 3 in Bangladesh. After graduation from foreign theological universities the adepts of Tablighi Jamaat will be spreading extremist traditions in our community,” acting head of department on countering extremism Nauatbek Kalymbetov said. According to him, it is necessary to perform preventive work from the early age to form up a negative attitude to different non-traditional Islamic trends among Kazakhstan citizens. The conference called Tablighi Jamaat. A destructive religious trend was organized by Zhambyl oblast administration and Kazakhstan Agency for Religious Affairs and was attended by representatives of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The participants of the event made a joint decision to acknowledge Tablighi Jamaat as a destructive and anti-national religious organization that harms interests of Muslims in Kazakhstan. “The organization promotes stratification of the society by religious affiliation and its members are called to ignore constitutional rights and obligations related to education and family care,” the theologists said. The decision was also made to call the members of the missionary movement Tablighi Jamaat to follow the ruling of Saryarka Regional Court of Astana that has banned the organization’s activities in Kazakhstan.


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