No Freedom for Christians in Kazakhstan
Christians in Kazakhstan are longing for equality and freedom after a series of government attacks on Kazakhstan's dwindling Christian communities. Kazakhstan consists of a 70% Muslim population, 24% Christian, and the other 6% contains atheists, Jews, Hindus, and Pagans.
Christians, and other minorities have been persecuted in Kazakhstan for many years during 1920`s, that was under Stalin`s rule, but mostly recently a new form of hatred against Christians has arose, and that come from the Islamic majority.
Here comes a photo from Asia News that exposes how Christians are treated by officials in Kazakhstan. Baptists, Orthodox Christians, and Hare Krishnas (a Hindu movement) have been persecuted in Kazakhstan, the report also reads that the Methodist Church is also under the spotlight of police.
Christians are also being jailed for practising their religion, here is another report:
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According to the Kazakh Constitution, any books are illegal unless declared legal by the government, therefore the, the and the are illegal scriptures according to Kazakh law.
Another report by News Asia also reports the following:
Here are the Hare Krishnas of Kazakhstan, their temple was recently destroyed by the government.
In conclusion minorities are treated as non-humans in Kazakhstan, the non-Muslim population is constantly persecuted by Jihad and Islam.