Talk:History of the Jews in Tajikistan

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Disputed[edit]

Comments in this article are not backed up by their sources or are the person point of view of an individual editor. Specifically, the line that says "many Americans and Israelis of Tajik Jewish descent have negative views towards Tajikistan." While this may have an element of truth to it, it needs to be cited and rewritten in a more nuanced fashion to reflect diversity in opinion. Also, the New York Times sources does not state that the there are more Ashkenazim rather than Bukharan Jews in the article, though it does state that there are not many Jews left in Tajikistan:David Straub (talk) 03:49, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

Dushanbe[edit]

was a major field of study for the teacher of foreign policy studies known as

Robert Baer

. He lived in Dushanbe for a while, and even went skiing in a part of the former

USSR which still thought it was a part of the Russian Empire.

Shalom from Canada, and keep contributing.

Yosef.garibaldi.gmail (talk) 18:29, 11 September 2008 (UTC)