A religious sect in Uzbekistan preaches spiritual tolerance amid extremism and terrorism by Shukhrat Khurramov TASHKENT, Uzbekistan–Though in a crowded area next to a popular cafe in the suburbs of the Uzbek capital, few people know what goes on behind the red brick walls of this unique house. There is no sign on the door, […]

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