There are instructions on how to kill Muslims and Muslims are instructing on how to kill others. How can you ban this: Expert.
Associate professor of Kazakhstan National Security Commission Academy told about extremists' recruitment methods at the 1st forum of religious experts in Astana.
Orazbek Kassymov said that 90 salafis were registered in Atyrau Interior Department before the terrorist attacks in Atyrau. Current number is 1,500.
Djund Al-Khalifat (Soldiers of Khalifat) is a subdivision of the Islamic movement of Turkestan (former Islamic movement of Uzbekistan).
Supreme Mufti of Kazakhstan consideres that agreement or disagreement with the new edition of Kazakhstan Religion Law is an internal affair of Kazakhstan and its citizens.
If there are such threats, our law-enforcement authorities have to deal with it: Deputy chairman of Kazakhstan Agency for Religion.
The Islam expert gave a video-conference lecture to representatives of Kazakhstan law-enforcement authorities.
Absattar Hadji Derbissali called Kazakhstan residents to stay calm and to not take the threats of Djund Al-Khalifat seriously.
Islamic group Djund Al-Khalifat threatened Kazakhstan with violence in case the authorities do not cancel the Law on Religion.
Over 400 websites containing extremism-related and pro-terrorist materials have been discovered in Kazakhstan.
Part of Kazakhstan students studying in Islamabad International Islamic University join Uzbekistan Islamic Movement and Hizb ut-Tahrir.
Tleukhan assumes that the provision of the new law prohibiting prayers in public offices is out of sync with a number of international documents.
Access to 125 websites has been blocked in Kazakhstan because of propaganda of extremism.
The 20-year-old generation of independence has grown up; they are more radical from the political point of view.
Almost 30 percent of Kazakhstan residents anticipate manifestations of religious extremism at the territory of the country.
Kazakhstan is not ready to counter social extremism: former deputy Defense Minister.
At the joint sitting of the two Parliament chambers September 1 President Nursultan Nazarbayev urged the Parliament to adopt a legislation to fence itself off religious extremism.
Akim of Almaty called NGOs to support government's efforts in countering spread of religious extremism.
About 200 Kazakhstan Jamoat militants fight at the Afghan territory as a part of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.
MP Tito Syzdykov told Tengrinews.kz about the draft law "On religious activities and religious institutions" that is currently being prepared for the Parliament’s review.