Latest posts by Abdulfattoh Shafiev
"I had volunteers. Many of them!"
"Salah, with his glorious football talent and good behaviour is introducing the real Islam to the world."
"Migration triggers a variety of reactions in both the person that emigrates and in his or her family members."
Work tackling some of the world's most pressing issues should continue, regardless of the new US president-elect's positions on them.
Clinton the Second or Trump the Great? The choices look pretty familiar to observers from one of the world's most authoritarian regions.
Countries that shared a similar existence under the Kremlin's yoke found in their national wardrobes rich sources of self-expression.
"My message is clear: serve your people. Don't subvert democracy. Don't pilfer your country’s resources. Don't imprison and torture your critics."
Unless you are North Korea, never mess with this country in ITF Taekwon-Do.
Tajikistan celebrates Mother's Day, a rebranded version of International Women's Day, on March 8.
Often overlooked, five Central Asian Stans are home to magnificent natural beauty and rich culture.
A public relations move, probably, but it's significant in the context of Central Asia, a region characterized by authoritarian politics.
'Whose knife is in my heart and my sight? What country is my lonely body buried in?'
"To avoid arrest sex workers and their clients will look for remote places, which will in turn endanger these women."
"Rohat teahouse is not only a beautiful national building, but a memory from more sincere, humane and affordable times."
'All this happens because there is no social protection for the population. There is an agency to carry out this function, but it is completely useless.'
'We are kindly asking the Kulob police not to prosecute the local lions who defended our honor and culture and fought these Russian drunks.'
"An important step to reach complete authoritarianism!"
After an inmate escapes in a car driven by a penitentiary chief from the Tajik president's hometown, netizens salute the policeman that refused to play ball.
'It is hard to understand what is behind this verdict. Sheikh was a Sufi, had no interest in politics, lived somewhere in the mountains, did not bother anyone...'