Christianity

 Jehovah’s Witnesses in Tajikistan: Position Unchanged

CABAR.asia 28.04.20

Followers of this religious community liable for military service continue to go to jail.
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Religious Diversity and Interfaith Peace in Tajikistan

CABAR.asia 28.02.20

The Constitution of Tajikistan guarantees freedom of religion. 

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VIDEO: How to protect your children from influence of radical groups

Belief.cabar.asia continues a series of videos about interfaith dialogue, tolerance, and secularism.
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Interfaith marriages in Tajikistan: all is possible if you are in love

CABAR.asia 08.10.19

Different religions should not become the obstacles to marriage, as religious scholars and representatives of clergy say. The main thing that matters is mutual respect and following the traditions of both sides.
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How Orthodox Live in Issyk Kul Region of Kyrgyzstan?

CABAR.asia 04.09.19

Issyk Kul region of Kyrgyzstan is the third after Bishkek and Chui region by the number of residing orthodox Christians.

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Towards “New Life” with Old Templates: Three Pastors of Protestant Church Convicted in Kazakhstan

Andrey Grishin 07.08.19

In Kazakhstan, the state “defeated” a large protestant church “New Life”. Three pastors were found guilty on a series of charges based on the collection of alms.
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Kazakhstan: Life of Non-traditional Religions

CABAR.asia 06.08.19

In 2018, 20 people in Kazakhstan were sentenced to prison terms for peaceful expression of religious views, according to the international religious freedom report. According to it, Baptists, Seventh Day Adventists and Jehovah’s Witnesses were persecuted among Christian groups. (more…)

“Hope” for Kyrgyzstani Women in Crisis

A crisis centre for pregnant women has been opened in the Russian Orthodox church in Bishkek.

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Orthodoxy in Jalal-Abad: Stronger Belief, Harder Life

There is no exact data available on the emergence of Orthodoxy in southern Kyrgyzstan. However, according to Ekaterina Ozmitel, doctor of historical sciences, a small Orthodox community in Jalal-Abad region first appeared in the 1930s.  It gave shelter to priests, nuns and believers from Russia and Kazakhstan, who were persecuted by the Soviet government.
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Jehova Witnesses in Kazakhstan: right to be inclusive

CABAR.asia 15.05.19

Jehova Witnesses in Kazakhstan are open, eager to share any information. Their activity aren’t restricted in Kazakhstan, however there is risk for restrictions due to incorrect interpretations and understanding of some aspects of their beliefs from society.

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