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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Akbar Turajonzoda
Tajikistan's government is aiming to combat Islamic fundamentalism in an effort that many Tajiks say is counterproductive and interferes with their religious lives.
"But small groups still don't have the right to construct a mosque themselves," he said.
"The law is a shame for our country," Mr. Turajonzoda said. "What kind of a state violates the fundamental right of a citizen to go to a mosque or to a church with their children?"