Special war against radical Islam!
Tajikistan is a former Soviet republic that shares its border with Uzbekistan to the west, Kyrgyzstan to the north, China to the west and Afghanistan to the south. The area of Tajikistan is 143,100 km2 and a population of 8,161,000 inhabitants in 2014.
It is 90% Muslim Sunni majority. It uses the means at its disposal to fight religious fundamentalism to prevent its youth to go and join the Islamic State. More than 2,000 Tajiks are fighting in DAECH in Syria and Iraq. Fifty Tajik fighters lost their lives.
The worst happened on May 25, 2015 when the chief commander of the special forces of the police (OMON), Colonel Gulmurod Khalimov deserted and joined the organization of the Islamic State of which he calls the Tajik population follow his example in a video posted on YouTube. He was noted in particular the head of the Omon, elite unit specialized in the fight against criminals and militants.
On May 27, 2015 in his palace in Dushanbe, President Rakhmon Emonalii began in rage after watching the video. In this video about ten minutes, Mr. Khalimov calls "dogs" President Emomali Rahmon Sharipovich (in power since 1974) and the Minister of Interior, Lieutenant General Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro ( his chief) and demand forces armed country if they are "ready to die" for a government that banned the hijab and praying in the street.
He also calls on over a million Tajiks working in Russia to stop being "slaves" and to join the Islamic State. Has he been killed on June 19, 2015?, as stated in the Lebanese press. Info or Hoax?
But meanwhile, his defection, his support for the E.I.. and his appeal to the Tajik people have been a bombshell in a poor country predominantly Muslim.
Must shave force and strip them of Hijab!
Since then, the police received a firm order: draw a grid streets and enter into homes to hunt for young bearded. When the young bearded or unshaven is arrested, he is ordered to shave presto or dragged by force to the Commissioner and free shaved by a barber casual. With a population of 778,500 inhabitants, the capital of Tajikistan's Dushanbe named Stalinabad from 1929 to 1961, it must do a lot of youth shaving and polished mountain in police stations.
But for the muscular system of Emonalii Rahmon, it is better not to discuss the orders of the Tajik police. If you insist on keeping the beard, then you are arrested for terrorism. Police said 13,000 Tajiks have shaved the beards.
Now, Tajik women are forced to show their faces!
Police said 1,700 women have been convinced not to wear the headscarf, according Bahrom Sharifzoda, the head of the police of Khathlon, a region of the Southwest of the country.
The fight of the secular power against "undesirable traditions" of its neighbor the Afghanistan is not new. In September 2015, the Parliament passed a law forbidding to give newborns the "Arab names foreign-sounding" and the names of objects or animals, foreign to Tajik culture and traditions. The Tajik authorities developped a single list of 10,000 names and parents have to choose one for their baby at birth to obtain a birth certificate, said the Minister of Justice of Tajikistan, Rustam Chokhmourod.
In 2007, the Tajik president had already “dérussifié” his surname, replacing Rakhmonov by Rakhmon, by respect for traditions.
Tajikistan produces the most beautiful clothes in World.
Tajikistan produces the most beautiful clothes in silk and scarves in the World. The country has the famous embroidery factory in gold thread (caps and national costumes). With a refined artistic taste, the beautiful young women of the country, are adorned with multicolored silk fabrics that harmonize predominant colors: yellow, red, purple and green on the streets of Dushanbe, except that they must pay the price. The black hijab is now shelved because it is simply forbidden to wear even for sale in all markets of the country. Except that in this ruthless against Islamism, brutal excesses are incalculable and the results are unlikely given the poverty of the population.
Seven residents on ten are aged under 30, and the country considers the young growing generation as a major asset on which to bet for the future. In recent years, significant progress has been made to reduce the curve of unemployment and the fight against poverty, and attention is now focused on nutrition.
Malnutrition is widespread in Tajikistan.
The diets are rich in sugars and saturated fats and low in fruits and vegetables rich in minerals, so that food-related problems such as obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and persistent malnutrition are widespread especially among young people. Indeed, among children under 5 years, 50% suffer from iodine deficiency and 25% stunted. The country is independent from U.R.S.S. since September 9, 1991 is yet gorged wealth (hydrographic potential, agriculture, tourism) but insufficiently exploited. Remittances of people who emigrated to work abroad represent about 40% of GDP.
The cult of personality before the economy.
As in any "démocrature" since taking power on November 20, 1992 by Emomali Charipovitsch Rahmon, life president, nicknamed the "leader of the nation", born on October 5, 1952, the erection of sumptuous palaces and the cult of personality take precedence over everything else. How not to understand the distress of young people to the void that lies before them! How not to understand this headlong rush that causes them to jump into the arms of the devil that is the price of Jihadism in their lives?
Fire Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire (1930-1997) said when asked if his people were happy: “A people who sing and dance is a happy people” is not clear that Zaireans themselves hoarse and fluttered buttocks only the rhythms of its slogans. He was practically the only one to enjoy the spell. Empty pans, bloated bellies of children were due to Kwashiorkor, Bwaki or amoebiasis!