3 December 2002 TASHKENT, 3 December (Eurasianet)–An Uzbek court has handed a Jehovah’s Witness a three-year suspended sentence for “inciting religious hatred.” Human rights advocates are highly concerned with the conviction, as it seems to herald an expansion of the Uzbek government’s crackdown on religious expression. Marat Mudarisov, 26, was convicted on 29 November of […]

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