VIOLENCE, TERRORISM, EXTREMISM AND THEIR CATASTROPHIC CONSEQUENCES FOR SOCIETY

VIOLENCE, TERRORISM, EXTREMISM AND THEIR CATASTROPHIC CONSEQUENCES FOR SOCIETY

The problem of extremism and terrorism in the Republic of Tajikistan is not only an internal political issue, but is also managed from the outside and used for the benefit of foreign countries. Some Muslim countries use people's religious beliefs for their political purposes, which leads to the emergence of extremist movements. As the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, the Founder of Peace and national unity, Leader of the nation, distinguished Emomali Rahmon noted, "The extremely complicated and sensitive situation in the region and the world, especially the situation in neighboring Afghanistan, the negative consequences of the globalization process, activation of terrorist and extremist groups and other transnational criminal groups, requires that every noble and honest soldier and officer should not lose professional vigilance and political savvy, and in order to protect the sacred land of our dear Motherland conscientiously and kindly”.

The Law of the Republic of Tajikistan "On Combating Terrorism," which was adopted on November 16, 1990, defines terrorism as follows: legal persons also destroy or threaten to destroy the property or other material objects of individuals and legal entities. The definition of terrorism, which creates a risk of death, serious damage to property, or dangerous consequences for society, is explained as follows. The concept of terrorism (Latin word for terror, terror) is interpreted as a set of terrible actions and political violence, according to which terrorists use illegal and inhumane methods to achieve their goals. The term "terrorist" is interpreted as a supporter of an individual terrorist act.

Movements such as the Islamic Revival Party, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), Tauba organization, Hizb-ut-Tahrir, the Taliban, Al-Qoida, Tayyiba’s soldiers, Ikhvon-ul-Muslimin, Laish-ul-Islam and other groups recognized as terrorist-extremist organizations conceal their criminal origins using political techniques and different names. Some of them are groups such as "Islamic Revival Party of Tajikistan", "Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan", "Akramiya", "Tablig Jamaat", "Islamic Party of East Turkistan", "Jamaat of Central Asian Mujahedins", "Muslim Brotherhood "and other organizations of extremist nature even demanded participation in the governance of the state.

Z.B. Abdurahmonov –head of the educational department of

SEI “Avicenna Tajik State Medical University”

translated

Ruzimuhammad Ismoilov


22.06.2023 2024
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