Religions in Uzbekistan

Holy places for Muslims, as well as wall writings and literature in Uzbekistan, could serve a good lesson for the prosperity of good relationships between all religions of the world, said Imam Yahya Hendi.

U.S. Embassy hosted the final press conference with Imam Yahya Hendi, a Muslim priest at Georgetown University.

The famous orator spoke to the reporters with the outcome of his visit to Uzbekistan. He noted that he was very glad to visit holy for Muslims places and expressed his hope that mural inscriptions and literature which he has read while visiting these places would serve a good lesson for relationships prosperity between all religions of the world. According to him, Uzbekistan has a considerable heritage left by our ancestors.

At the press conference, Imam expressed his point of view concerning religious development of the world. In particular, in his speech Imam Yahya Hendi, pointed out that woman’s part in development of modern society is a significant factor in strengthening of the democracy in the whole world. He expressed his restlessness in relation to those countries where women are not allowed to study, work and actively participate in life of the society. He said he did not see any development in this way of life, and calls, both Muslims and people of other religions to adhere to modern realities. He also noted that all religious confessions, as well as atheists and ordinary citizens of any nation of the world must always have the right to express their views and be able socialize with each other.

Religions in Uzbekistan

Religions in Uzbekistan

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