Международный правозащитный сайт Forum18 сообщает об амнистии в Узбекистане мусульман, читающих С. Нурси. Семь мусульман - читателей произведений турецкого богослова Саида Нурси, были освобождены по амнистии в феврале и марте. Это семь мусульман из трех групп, которым дали длительные сроки тюремного заключения в Бухаре в 2009-10 гг.
Relatives of imprisoned Muslim prisoner of conscience Mehrinisso Hamdamova are to ask the authorities to allow her to have an urgent operation on an apparent myoma outside the women's prison where she is being held. Her "stomach is swollen, and she loses consciousness often", they told Forum 18 News Service. Officials refused to discuss her case with Forum 18. Meanwhile, seven of Uzbekistan's many imprisoned Muslims who read the works of the late Turkish theologian Said Nursi were freed under amnesty in February and March. The seven were among three groups of Muslims given long prison sentences in Bukhara in 2009-10.
Seven Muslims who read the works of the late Turkish theologian Said Nursi were freed under amnesty in late February and early March, Muslims who asked not to be identified told Forum 18 News Service. The released prisoners are not allowed any contact with each other or with outsiders, they added. Meanwhile, relatives of Muslim prisoner of conscience Mehrinisso Hamdamova are hoping the prison authorities will allow her to be transferred to a hospital for urgently-needed surgery. Her relatives and friends have expressed growing concern about her health.
Seven Nursi prisoners amnestied
Meanwhile seven Muslim Nursi readers were freed from prison in late February and early March. They were freed under a presidential prisoner amnesty declared in December 2013. Following their release, the authorities banned the seven men from associating freely with each other or with outsiders, a Muslim lamented to Forum 18.
Four of the seven had been sentenced in Bukhara in April 2009. They are Muzaffar Allayorov, Shuhrat Karimov, Salohiddin Kosimov and Yadgar Juraev. The other three had been sentenced in Bukhara in 2010 as part of the third group of local Nursi readers sentenced to long prison terms. They are Abdukakhkhor (last name unknown), Mirshod (last name unknown) and Mirzo Allayorov (Muzaffar's brother).
Two of the April 2009 group of Nursi readers - Alisher Jumaev and Bobomurod Sanoev – had been released under amnesty in spring 2013.
Three Nursi-related trials took place in Bukhara in 2009-10. During the first, nine Muslims were sentenced in April 2009 to prison terms of up to nine years. Their appeals were rejected in June 2009 (see F18News 4 June 2009 http://www.forum18.org/archive.php?article_id=1306).
A second group of nine Muslims were sentenced in Bukhara in June 2010 to prison terms of up to eight years (see F18News 8 July 2010 http://www.forum18.org/archive.php?article_id=1465).
A third group of nine or ten Muslims was sentenced in Bukhara shortly afterwards. In addition to the three who were amnestied in spring 2014, those sentenced included: Akmal Abdullayev, Rustam Sharipov, Umid Juraev, and an elderly man named Abdulla (last name unknown).
By Mushfig Bayram, Forum 18 News Service, and Felix Corley, Forum 18 News Service
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