Tuesday 13 January 2004
January 09, 2004
Kyrgyzstan: Survey Reports Positive Findings On Religious Freedom
A new report on religion in Kyrgyzstan shows that both registered and unregistered religious communities appear to function freely. However, a conflict surrounding last year's closure of six mosques in southern Kyrgyzstan continues. Also in the south, concerns are growing that Christian proselytism is sparking anger among Muslim believers.