Uzbekistan: Crackdown on female 'Islamic' dress as part of ongoing campaign against Islamic radicalism
The restrictions take place as official community councils, or makhallas, take on a growing role in providing religious counseling and education to Uzbek believers.
Submitted on Wed, 06/23/2004 - 23:00
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