The 20-year-old generation of independence has grown up; they are more radical from the political point of view.
It is not related to the latest events in Aktobe and Atyrau oblasts: Lama Sharif.
According to Lama Sharif, as of today there are over 300 foreign missionaries registered in Kazakhstan.
Kamal Burkhanov shared his views on religion during a discussion of the draft law On religious activities and religious institutions in Majilis.
We do not have enough people to fill in our Hajj quota and always hear different reproaches and are being blamed by the Ministry of Hajj of Saudi Arabia: Kairat Lama Sharif.
Akim of Almaty called NGOs to support government's efforts in countering spread of religious extremism.
Chairman of Kazakhstan Agency for Religion Kairat Lama Sharif confirmed that the new religious law imposes fines for praying in public offices.
A discussion between Majilis deputy and Chairman of Kazakhstan Agency for Religion during presentation of the draft law "On religious activities and religious institutions".
Religious literature that enters Kazakhstan is to be sent for theology check-up by customs authorities: Chairman of Kazakhstan Agency for Religion.
Draft law "On religious activities and religious institutions" has been presented to the lower chamber of Kazakhstan Parliament.
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.
The worst is that there are many young people among religious fanatics and extremists. This is our fault, the fault of the authorities and the fault of the whole society: Majilis Deputy.
He announced that September 29-30 Astana will be hosting the first ever forum of scholars of religion studies.
Chairman of Kazakhstan’s Agency for Religion told about the draft Law on Religious Activities and Religious Unions today, September 1.
At the joint sitting of the two Parliament chambers September 1 President Nazarbayev urged the Parliament to pass a legislation to fence the nation off religious extremism.
The Agency was launched May 21, 2011.
Chairman of the Agency for Religious Affairs Kairat Lama Sharif told about ways to counter religious extremism in Kazakhstan.
Head of Interior Ministry Department thinks that theology experts should be made part of anti-extremist teams.
Chief imam of Nur Astana Central Mosque Kalizhan Zankoyev held a press-conference and told about the coming fasting.
Kazakhstan Ministry of Internal Affairs said that 66 religious people registered in Astana are not suspected in crimes related to extremism.