Tablighi Jamaat organization recognized as extremist in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan, Astana, Feb. 26 / Trend D. Mukhtarov /
"Tablighi Jamaat" international organization has been recognized as extremist and its activity is banned in Kazakhstan.
"According to Astana prosecutor's office, Astana Saryarka District Court made a decision on February 26, 2013 to recognize the international organization "Tablighi Jamaat" as extremist and ban its activity in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan," the Prosecutor General's statement said today.
According to the office, while making this decision, along with the available materials about the extremist activity of the organization, the court took into account the fact that "Tablighi Jamaat" international organization has been recognized as extremist and banned by the courts in the Russian Federation, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.