Public organization the Union of Muslims of Kazakhstan (SMK) and the Muslim Committee for human rights in Central Asia (CA IACHR) addressed to the editors of local publications with a proposal to produce Newspapers on toilet paper, according to the portal “New Day” with reference to the press service of the QMS.

The reason for this initiative was the fact that today in the country publish a lot of Newspapers and magazines, it is absolutely not in demand, and many millions of publications from the printing go straight to the dump. Does not save even a push subscription, the publication reads.

At the same time, marketers have noted that of all types of paper products today, the greatest demand in Kazakhstan uses toilet paper. In June it was reported that the production of toilet paper in this country is booming. According to the analytical service Energyprom.kzfor the first quarter of this year, the issue of hygiene has increased four times compared to the same period last year.

Given all of the above, the management of the QMS and the IACHR TSA proposed to publish Newspapers in the form of toilet paper rolls and thereby to combine business with pleasure. Moreover, Muslim scholars have developed a special printing inks which perfectly reproduces newspaper texts and at the same time not causing harm, reported the press service of the QMS.

Note, the QMS and the IACHR TSA are irrelevant to the Spiritual administration of Muslims of Kazakhstan.

Meanwhile, in recent years in different countries became popular toilet paper with the image of famous politicians. So, in China on the eve of presidential elections in the United States started the production and sale of toilet paper with the faces of both candidates – Donald trump and Hillary Clinton. Earlier in different parts of the world produced coils with the outgoing US President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the permanent leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.



Muslims of Kazakhstan proposed to publish Newspapers on toilet paper 29.11.2016

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