Belief.cabar.asia continues a series of videos about interfaith dialogue, tolerance, and secularism.
Issyk Kul region of Kyrgyzstan is the third after Bishkek and Chui region by the number of residing orthodox Christians.
According to studies, over 10 years the number of those who consider themselves atheists in Kazakhstan has tripled.
Back in 30s in Tajikistan there was a “Society of the Atheists,” freely operating and clearly enjoying state support. But now atheists, because of the agressive reaction of society, prefer to stay low and quiet. (more…)
According to the 2016 research, a mere 0.7 per cent of Kyrgyzstanis deem themselves atheists.
The religious tolerance level in Tajikistan has recently decreased, as experts insist. According to them, the arising conflicts with the followers of Zoroastrianism are the example of this trend. (more…)