National of Great Britain, who illegally preached Bahaism ideas, is deported from Uzbekistan, a source in the Republic's law enforcement agencies told Interfax.
"He has stayed in the Republic since 1990 to promote Bahai religion and increase the number of the sect adherents. Officially, he was a teacher of English in an educational center," the interviewee of the agency said.
British national of Irish origin, Tohiriy Sepeher carried out his missionary work together with a citizen of Kazakhstan. They managed to open ten branches in six cities of the Republic.
Bahaism (Baha'i faith) is a sect of Islamic origin that pretends to a status of world religion.
5th Feb 2010