The problem with these schemes is that radicalization will inevitably emerge. Not only from the extremist who preach a message that is likely to attract the young away from the more mundane Islamic message ~ but also from the moderates who preach Islamic supremacy.
The idea of course is to pull them out of this Russian state approved style of Islam and make them more like ~ those of the Arab world.
Baku, Fineko/abc.az. The Board of Executive Directors of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) approved the program of financing of Islamic expansion to the former USSR countries.
According to the bank, IDB allocated $400,000 for expansion of the Islamic cultural and professional educational center in Kiev (Ukraine), which is capital of orthodox Christianity in the former USSR. Also, $350,000 was provided for construction of a student hostel and an educational center in Batumi, one of Muslim enclaves of Georgia. Simultaneously, $11.7 million was allotted for the term of 25 years with 7-year delay of payment for support of secondary schools in Uzbekistan.