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Posted 11 May 2008 - 11:59 PM

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 1:

Freedom of exp​ression brought by perestroika in the late 1980s is described as a double-edged sword for many Central Asian governments. Accepted axioms and decades-long established facts were put in doubt and history was about to be re-written. Among many other cases Uzbekistan’s demography was independently re-scrutinized by Tajik intelligentsia in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, and claims were made about the inaccurate census statistics that put the number of Tajiks in Uzbekistan under one million. The process of Tajik national awakening was interrupted by a brutal civil war in 1992 and the reverse process accompanied by Tashkent’s swift repressive measures is still going on. Tajikistanweb will look into the past and present of Tajiks in Uzbekistan in a series of articles.

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http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks1.html

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 2:

During the five years of Tajikistan’s existence as an autonomous territory subordinate to the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (1924-1929) Moscow had to deal with numerous disputes between Samarqand (Uzbek capital until 1930) and Dushanbe. Statistical discrepancies between censuses conducted in 1915, 1920 and 1926 added fuel to the fire. Not all the disputes, however, had been over census figures; some of them involved financial figures too.

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Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 3:

After the separation of Tajikistan from Uzbekistan Moscow received less complaints about Tashkent’s envisaged cultural assimilation of the Tajiks in Uzbekistan; not because the process had stumbled, but due to the lack of complainers within Uzbekistan. A full-fledged Uzbekisation programme was reaching the remotest parts of the republic and the Tajiks’ fears before and after the delimitation were coming true.

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http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks3.html

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 4:

Human Rights Watch has reported some of Uzbekistan’s repressive acts against pro-Tajik activists in the early 1990s:

Professor Jamal Mirsaidov, a member of the Samarqand Society and a member of the organising committee of the National Association of the Tajiks in Uzbekistan gave a speech at the World Congress of Tajiks in Dushanbe in September 1992. "Upon his return to Uzbekistan, Dr. Mirsaidov was charged with violating Article 62 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan." (Human Rights in Uzbekistan, 1993: 10).

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 05:36 AM

[QUOTE=Darius;8916]Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 1:

Freedom of exp​ression brought by perestroika in the late 1980s is described as a double-edged sword for many Central Asian governments. Accepted axioms and decades-long established facts were put in doubt and history was about to be re-written. Among many other cases Uzbekistan’s demography was independently re-scrutinized by Tajik intelligentsia in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, and claims were made about the inaccurate census statistics that put the number of Tajiks in Uzbekistan under one million. The process of Tajik national awakening was interrupted by a brutal civil war in 1992 and the reverse process accompanied by Tashkent’s swift repressive measures is still going on. Tajikistanweb will look into the past and present of Tajiks in Uzbekistan in a series of articles.

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http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks1.html

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 2:

During the five years of Tajikistan’s existence as an autonomous territory subordinate to the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (1924-1929) Moscow had to deal with numerous disputes between Samarqand (Uzbek capital until 1930) and Dushanbe. Statistical discrepancies between censuses conducted in 1915, 1920 and 1926 added fuel to the fire. Not all the disputes, however, had been over census figures; some of them involved financial figures too.

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http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks2.html

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 3:

After the separation of Tajikistan from Uzbekistan Moscow received less complaints about Tashkent’s envisaged cultural assimilation of the Tajiks in Uzbekistan; not because the process had stumbled, but due to the lack of complainers within Uzbekistan. A full-fledged Uzbekisation programme was reaching the remotest parts of the republic and the Tajiks’ fears before and after the delimitation were coming true.

More:
http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks3.html

Tajiks of Uzbekistan. Part 4:

Human Rights Watch has reported some of Uzbekistan’s repressive acts against pro-Tajik activists in the early 1990s:

Professor Jamal Mirsaidov, a member of the Samarqand Society and a member of the organising committee of the National Association of the Tajiks in Uzbekistan gave a speech at the World Congress of Tajiks in Dushanbe in September 1992. "Upon his return to Uzbekistan, Dr. Mirsaidov was charged with violating Article 62 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan." (Human Rights in Uzbekistan, 1993: 10).

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http://tajikistanweb...08_tajiks4.html[/QUOTE]


Dorood Darius e Gerami,

I must say that I am very impressed with your noble efforts - these articles are of a high standard of scholarship and journalism - very professional indeed. They serve as great models and examples for all of your readers and fellow partisans.

I hope that you carry on with your efforts and continue to inform - it will all be rewarded duly.

Ahhangar.
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Posted 12 May 2008 - 03:17 PM

[QUOTE=Ahhangar;8941]Dorood Darius e Gerami,

I must say that I am very impressed with your noble efforts - these articles are of a high standard of scholarship and journalism - very professional indeed. They serve as great models and examples for all of your readers and fellow partisans.

I hope that you carry on with your efforts and continue to inform - it will all be rewarded duly.

Ahhangar.[/QUOTE]


Dorud baradare gerami Ahhangar-jan,

Your kind words are most appreciated my dear brother. I hope all our efforts will be rewarded duly indeed through the rapprochement and union of all Persian lands.

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 06:05 PM

yeah Darius, we are proud of you and the work that you do :)
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Posted 12 May 2008 - 07:07 PM

[QUOTE=Tehran;8976]yeah Darius, we are proud of you and the work that you do :) [/QUOTE]

And I am proud of being among you brother.

Btw, I miss Tehran a lot. It must be extremely hot there now. :)
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Posted 04 June 2008 - 12:48 PM

Part 2 (Persian):

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