7 August 2001 BISHKEK, 7 June (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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