Title: SINIO Summer Seminar: Radical Islam in Central Asia

Release Date: 2017-04-24

Document Date: 2004-08-26

Description: Announcement of a seminar about Islamist groups in Central Asia.

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(U//FOUO) SINIO Summer Seminar: Radical Islam in Central Asia
FROM: Marilyn Maines
Deputy Chief, Strategic Intelligence Issues (S17)
Run Date: 08/26/2004

(U//FOUO) The SINIO Council and the National Cryptologic School are pleased to present
another in the series of Strategic Intelligence Issue Seminars for Summer 2004. "Radical Islam
in Central Asia" will be presented by
SINIO for Russia/Eurasia, on Tuesday, 31
August, from 1130-1300 in Room 2N044 . Advance registration is required - see the Brown
Bag Series webpage for instructions.
(U) Course Overview:
(U//FOUO) Recent terrorist events in Central Asia have been attributed to radical Islamic groups
that have gone underground in that region. This brownbag session will discuss the background,
theology, and recent activities of groups centered in Central Asia, such as the Islamic Movement
of Uzbekistan, Hizb Ut-Tahrir, etc. Open roundtable discussion will follow the presentation.
(S) This brown bag session is classified (TS//SI). Session will not be videotaped.
(U) For further info:
(U//FOUO) Please consult the SINIO website for more information on future events in this series.
POCs: Marilyn Maines, for SINIO Council
Dr. Roland Recker for National Cryptologic School
For information on this session, please contact

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