Like other Central Asian states, Uzbekistan is experiencing a rebirth of Islam. The process has been peaceful, but the government – fearing fundamentalism – is maintaining firm control over the country’s formal religious institutions by ROGER D. KANGAS THE EMERGING ROLE OF ISLAM IS AN EVERYday fact of life in Uzbekistan. After years of state-led […]

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