Islam and Muslims in Kazakhstan

Capital: Astana (moved from Almaty to Astana in December 1998 )
Population: 16.4 million (June 2009)
Muslims Percent: 57% (approx 9.35 million)

Islam and Kazakhstan

03/03/2009 Czech Police Detain Leaders Of Kazakh Asylum Seekers - Radio Free Europe
30/05/2007 After Nazarbayev: The dictator, his daughter, and a dynasty at war - Independent, UK
23/11/2006 There must be plain speaking at the end of the red carpet - Guardian, UK
29/10/2006 The real face of Boratstan - Guardian, UK
22/10/2006 Borat: Come and visit us if you think you're hard enough - Independent, UK
20/10/2006 Kazakhstan invites Borat to see country for himself - Independent, UK
15/02/2006 'Death squad' kills outspoken critic of Kazakh government - Independent, UK
17/11/2006 Punished for preaching in mosques - Muslim News, UK
06/01/2006 Kazakh Leader Changes National Anthem - Radio Free Europe
05/12/2005 Kazakhs shun revolution for Soviet-era stability - Independent, UK
02/12/2005 Opposition leader killed by three shots was a suicide, police claim - The Times, UK
25/02/2005 Kazakhs let faiths thrive - Washington Times
19/09/2004 Dynasty rises amid riches of the steppes - Guardian, UK
13/02/2004 Kazakhstan: mosques resist pressure to join state-recognised central organisation - Religioscope
04/06/2003 Kazakhstan's balancing act - BBC, UK
04/12/2002 Oil money threatens to make killing fields of Kazakhstan - Guardian, UK
19/11/2002 Kazakstan Closes Door on Chechens - IWPR
22/07/2002 Kazakhs' Season of Repression - Washington Post


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