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Damask Rose

Damask Rose
Rose themed panto for floral quilts
Lovely floral themed panto, can be stitched as large as 15"
SKU SKU175234441  
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Our price: AUD 15.00 (USD11.70)
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    He suggests that most of the people [b][/b] involved have views that resemble European social democracy, although Ilkhamov points out that the teachings of the group stress socialism more than democracy.He adds that there is even “a definite resemblance” between this group and the Mormons.The stress on gradualism reflects the repressive nature of the Uzbek state, he suggests, and the stress on social issues reflects the anger many of those who were involved with the Andijan events feel about the massive corruption that they and other Uzbeks encounter in their daily lives.Ilkhamov cites with approval the conclusions of Sarah Chayses’ new book, Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security (NY: Norton, 2015) and in particular the entire chapter she devotes to the way in which corruption played a key role in the Andijan protests of 2005, prompting Tashkent to defend itself by accusing the group of Islamist extremism.Those who remain in Andijan and in Uzbekistan more generally are victims of Karimov’s corrupt and repressive regime. Many are afraid to speak out lest they be subject to persecution. But tragically, even those who have fled abroad have not been able to entirely escape the long arm of Tashkent.Some who fled have become more political at least to the extent of issuing reports and cooperating with other Uzbeks ( But many who want to return home or who have relatives there have been effectively depoliticized out of fears that anything they say could have consequences for their relatives and friends at home.Immediately after the Andijan massacre, “Uzbek embassies and special services began active work, acting according to the principle of carrots and sticks to seek to neutralize the influence” of those who had been involved in the protests and who then fled abroad, Ilkhamov writes.Tashkent has had some success. In the US, it managed to get 53 people to agree to return, providing them with money and tickets. But this effort was clouded by the fact that two who did so died in mysterious circumstances just before leaving, many who went could not find work, and some were sent to prison.
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