The issue of the fate of young people

The faculty of Land Management was a roundtable discussion on the theme "Religious Extremism, Terrorism, and Drugs - is a Push to Community Development". The dean of the faculty Sh.Narbaev, deputy dean of Youth Affairs Kh.Eshova, head of the department for Combating Terrorism and Extremism of the department of Internal Affairs of Mirzo-Ulugbek district B.Zoirov, coaches and students participated in the meeting. As noted, religious extremism and terrorism are a form of moral threat, mainly aggressive political activity that moves young people with destructive ideas and seeks to undermine the current constitutional order to undermine peace and tranquility in the country. In this context, the peace and stability prevailing in our country, preserving interethnic harmony and upbringing harmoniously developed young people is an important task. Therefore, the state and public organizations pay great attention to the wide-ranging tasks to protect young people from harmful practices, to improve their social and spiritual environment, and to explain the consequences of adverse effects. Of particular concern is the detection of hundreds of terrorist sites on the Internet today.

Through the internet, they promote various destructive ideas of religious extremism, nationalism, and racism. Unfortunately, some young people who have no ideological immunity exposed to these alien ideas. The purpose of this roundtable is to protect our young people from various harmful influences in a time of increasing conflict, instability and conflict in various parts of the world. To fight religious extremism and terrorism, it is necessary to create ideological immunity to the population, especially our youth, - said B.Zoirov, head of the department for combating terrorism extremism in Mirzo-Ulugbek district. It is necessary to develop a healthy worldview. Moreover, in recent years, extremist and religious extremist movements have been using their ideas to reach younger people, to influence migrant workers, to distribute destructive materials in electronic form, and to promote the Internet. The roundtable discussion was full of interesting questions.



Information by Khurriyat Eshova, deputy dean of Youth Affairs, LM faculty

Head of the Press Service of the Institute Rakhimboy Djumaniyazov