7 June 2001 BISHKEK, June 7 (The Times of Central Asia)--A non-violent, peacefully inclined Islamic movement is making surprising gains in Central Asian nations with repressive governments. Hezbe Tahrir, or Liberation Party, relies on personal contact and persuasion--not terror--to achieve its goals. Analysts say that for this reason, the movement could pose more of a […]

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