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"It is not enough that they kill, rape, imprison and make fun of Tajiks in Russia -- now the killing continues at home, on our own soil!"
"Umar! Your death is the symbol of feebleness and dishonesty, Be my nation's pure herald before God."
Perhaps 26 dead and over 50 arrested. But what is the logic driving ongoing conflict in Tajikistan?
"Will Erdoğan end up destroying the key component of the Turkish soft power in Central Asia?"
"This is the most well-made film of a Tajik IS fighter. Unsurprisingly, they have quickly used [him] for recruitment purposes."
"The whole system is corrupt, starting with the government. The fish rots from the head."
"I bet that he is the scion of some other official, because we could never afford to educate our children at this school."
"We poor, desperate Tajiks die on the way to state borders, in the streets and bazaars, on building sites and other dirty places. Alas, no-one takes care of us."
"We left the mosque before [prayers] finished. We decided not to go there again because our mosques have turned into places of fraud."
In a country where a girl is expected to be a virgin before marriage, the idea of sex education in schools is controversial. But it is going ahead anyway.
A city councillor who struggles in Tajikistan's state language, Tajik, has used the language to hit back at her critics in a rather rude way.
Mass public participation is not just desirable in Tajik President Emomali Rahmon's heavily-managed democracy, it is mandatory.
Happy endings are rare in Tajikistan, so when they happen, they should be celebrated.
In a republic often lacking electricity during the freezing months, Emomali Rahmon is 'the sun that turned the cold winter of the nation into a green spring.'
In Tajikistan, President Emomali Rahmon's writ is law. But his decree to stop the practice of oblava - forced military recruitment - seems to have fallen on deaf ears.