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  1. It is probably easier for a person to live and communicate with co-religionists. Just like the Tatar and the Tatars. And the mentality is similar, and the customs are close. But it is still easier to live in a society that respects your religion, customs and gives you the opportunity to practice it. Today, in a number of former Soviet republics, where a large part of society is considered Muslim, it is not easy to live like a Muslim. Being a Muslim is easier in Moscow than in their country. In Tatarstan, Muslims calmly go to mosques, visit madrassas, perform Hajj, women wear headscarves, men wear skullcaps and beards.

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