Kyrgyzstanis detained in Russia for extremist activity
Natives of Kyrgyzstan suspected in extremist activity have been detained in Rostov region of Russia, as the agency Rosbalt informs.
According to the press service of regional militia department, three natives of Kyrgyzstan were detained by militia officers for committing an administrative offense. Besides, none of them have registration documents, news agency "24.kg" reported.
After search, the officers found religious literature on different languages, including the book "Values of Tabligh". The Abakan City Court included this publication to the federal list of extremist materials.
Militia officers have also revealed that three men arrived in Rostov-on-Don from Omsk, where more than a month made the so-called - conversions to Islam. The detainees preached the ideas presented in this book.
Currently, all three detainees are put in detention center for disorderly conduct (for five days). In addition, with respect to natives of Kyrgyzstan, militia conducts investigation on the involvement in extremist organizations.