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Board of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan launches its website.

The Board of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan has launched its own website (www.muftiyat.kg), mufti of Kyrgyzstan Murataly ajy Jumanov told reporters today. The Board of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan intends to inform the population about its work, implementation of planned activities, as well as to tell about genuine values of Islam and answer to the questions of believers on this website."The mufti believes it is necessary to keep up with the times, this is why we launched computerization. We will tell about pillars of Islam and genuine values," assistant to the mufti Loma Yusur added.

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