On January 11, 2016, the Brussels-based International Crisis Group, Zionist imperial advocacy group (headed by late US Jewish Rep. Stephen J. solarz) issued a report predicting a new civil war in Tajikistan as result of the 22-year-old secular dictatorship of Emomali Rakhmonov (Imam Ali Rehman in Persian), banning of country’s “moderate” (meaning pro-USrael) Islamist opposition Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (IRPT). During the 5-year long civil war in the 1990s between Russian communist party leader Emomali Rakhmonov and Islamists, Israeli Mossad helped both sides.
Ever since a peace agreement ended a five-year civil war in 1997, Rahmon’s government has cracked down on both religious and political opposition in the country. It banned wearing hijab in public and Muslim men growing beards.
Tajikistan, former Soviet Russian Muslim-majority colony, has population of only nine million people. What makes it unique is the fact that no other Muslim country has as many foreign military boots in it to save its Muslim population from political Islam.
Tajikistan, is home to largest Russian foreign military base with 9,000 military personnel. In addition, it has military boots from United States, France, Israel and even India.
Emomali Rakhmonov like the most western leaders, also see the US-Israel created ISIS as great threat to his regime. In May 2015, Jewish press reported defection of Gen. Gulmurod Khalimov, the head of the Ministry of Interior special forces OMON units to ISIS. Ironically, Khalimov in a video confessed visiting United States for military training three times including his contacts with Judaized Blackwater mercenary militia.
The western pundits accuse Tajikistan as a major heroine smuggling route from Afghanistan since crackdown by Iranian and Pakistani authorities on this multi-billion dollars business while ignoring the fact that the major beneficiaries of this poisonous racket are CIA and Russian Jewish drug mafia.
Tajikistan’s strategic location – bordering China, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan makes the country a playground for the world powers geopolitics. It is also rich in mineral deposits of gold, silver, cadmium, iron, lead, mercury and tin.
Italian explorer, merchant and journalist Marco Polo (1254-1324) called Tajikistan: The Roof of the World.
Emperor Babur, founder of India’s famous Mughal empire came from that region.
Tajikistan is more closer to Iran and Afghanistan historically, religiously and linguistically. Persian is spoken by majority of Tajiks.
The Persian-speaking Tajiks are among the oldest practicing Muslims. They espoused Islam more than 1200 years ago. Most of Tajiks and Uzbeks follow Hanafi-Sunni tradition, but the Pamiris are mostly Ismaili Shi’ites. The minorities include Jews and followers of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Tajikistan is rich in Islamic history. It was home to a great numbers of Muslim poets and humanists like Rudaki, Saadi, Khayyam, Firdousi, Hafiz, Ramol Hujandi, and the greatest physician, writer and philosopher Abu Ali Sina. The cities of Hujand, Penjikent and Ura-Tube were centers of Islamic studies and scientific research during the Samanid Empire.