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Breaking the fast time in Kazakhstan
Muslim Turks in the Middle Asia were not forgotten in Ramadan, either. Food packets were distributed to 600 families in Kazakhstan and mass breaking the fast ( iftar) meals were given.
Kazakhistan, CentralAsia 23.08.2009

IHH, Humanitarian Relief Foundation, did not forget the Muslim Turks in Middle Asia in Ramadan, either.

In Kazakhstan’s Almaty, Aaras,Shymkent, Turkistan and Qyzlorda cities and the towns of them 600 families were given food packets and mass breaking the fast meals. In Almaty the students in need were distributed stationary materials. The visited orphanages and madrasahs were given aid in cash.

Tragedy of Ahiska Turks

Almost 100 thousands of Ahiska Turks live in Talas and in the regions around. In 1944, these people were exposed to the exile policy of the Russian leader Stalin and in 1989 because of the chaos in Uzbekistan went to Kazakhstan. Ahiskans living in the Buruz town of Talas sent their greetings and gratitudes to the charitable Turkish people remembering them by means of Ramadan.

Missionaries change the names of 500 thousands of Kazakhs

Missionary work is spreading in a way that threatens the future of Kazakhstan. Jehovah’s Witnesses, Evangalists, Baptists and Korean missionaries in nearly 20 years changed the names of 500 thousands of Kazakhs. With the educational and cultural activities IHH is informing the Kazakh people against the missionary activities.

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