Movement for Islamic Revival in Tajikistan

The Movement constituted itself into a political party, the Islamic Revival Party of Tajikistan (IRPT), in the immediate era following the dissolution of the USSR. A period of civil war in the country between Islamists and secularists saw the IRPT evolve into the Islamic Revival Movement of Tajikistan (IRMT), a central organization of the Unified Tajik Opposition (UTO). The loss in resources and manpower due to the civil war compelled the Movement to moderate its call for an abolition of the secular state and the creation of an Islamic theocracy. Following peace negotiations, the now moderate IRMT party could legitimately participate in government in a legalized, and moderated form of political Islam. In 1993, a voluntary dissolution of Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (IRPT) and they resumed its operations following its legalization as a political party in the 1997 peace agreement.

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