Kazakhstan has completed compulsory re-registration of religious institutions.
60 religious entities have been shut down for the period as they lacked registration, didn’t comply with requirements to the number of members, or were deemed hazardous.
Kazakhstan prosecutors on Wednesday called for the closure of several opposition parties and media outlets in the ex-Soviet state over their alleged extremist messages propagating regime change.
Around 950 websites promoting terrorism, violence and extremism were blocked in Kazakhstan by court rulings in 2011-2012.
The total of 112 crimes related to terrorism and extremism were detected in 10 months of this year: Iogan Merkel.
British police charged a man with the kidnapping of two Western journalists by Islamic extremists in Syria.
Kazakhstan's prison camps have nobody to prevent spread of extremist ideas among prisoners: expert.
A court in Kazakhstan has banned as "extremist" the anti-Islamic film that sparked deadly protests across the world.
Kazakhstan Agency for Religious Affairs has performed over one thousand religious checks of the literature so far: Chairman.
In a round of intense diplomacy in the wake of violent anti-US protests, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met a series of Muslim leaders Monday and urged people to work together against extremists.
Kazakhstan General Prosecutor’s office has asked the court to declare Innocence of Muslims movie an extremist film inspiring religious hatred.
46 extremist acts of terrorist nature have been prevented in Kazakhstan since 2005.
A respective Islamic theologist sheikh Abu Munzir Ash Shanqiti has publicly confuted the fatwa on jihad against Kazakhstan police: expert.
The conference called Consolidation of Community and State in Countering Terrorism: New Approaches and Principles was held in Astana.
Access to popular LiveJournal blogging service became available for Kazakhstan users on Sunday.
Kazakhstan Minister of Education and Science Bakytzhan Zhumagulov suggested to open an institute for research of religious extremism and terrorism.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev spoke about harmful influence of religious intolerance and extremism on the country.
Nursultan Nazarbayev signed amendments to several Kazakhstan legislative acts on countering organized crime, terrorism and extremism.
Secretary General of CSTO Nikolai Bordyuzha pointed out that extremist organizations has stepped up their activities at the post-Soviet space, including Russia.
Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan uploaded a video where they are convincing Pakistanis of Vaziristan to continue giving asylum to foreign extremists.