Zaida Asanbyeva, head of the outreach activities department of the Center for the Analysis and Development of Interfaith Relations, head imam of the Ak mosque, theologian Klyshev Abulkhair kazhy, and inspector of the Center for the Analysis and Development of Interfaith Relations, Master's student MFil-22n Rustem Mazhitov expressed the opinion that in conditions of insufficient religious literacy it is easy to get in destructive movements.

Experts have noticed that in a destructive religion there are always strict restrictions on the implementation of religious norms. For example, women always appear everywhere with their heads covered or are forbidden to communicate with people who do not read namaz.

They talked about two ways of recruitment: face to face and via the Internet. The recruiter never says his name and surname and finds the “victim” in a situation where they especially need someone's support.

A person who has come under a destructive influence changes his views, environment, and attitude to close people.

In such cases, first aid can be obtained by contacting the helpline 62-01-01 at Center for the Analysis and Development of Interfaith Relations.

The site of the center for the analysis and development of interfaith relations carmo-pvl.kz contains materials, interviews, films with real people, our countrymen, who fell under the influence of destructive forces.