A Krasnodar court has overturned a ban on a popular Russian translation of the Koran (though the court has still not issued the written
ruling), while a Tver court has overturned a ban in Russia on the main Jehovah's Witness international website.
Yet bans on religious literature amid controversial extremism accusations continue, Forum 18 News Service notes. Four more Jehovah's Witness texts were ruled extremist in December 2013. And no moves have taken place to lift a
less publicised extremism ban on 68 Islamic texts, Nirzhigit Dolubayev, a lawyer representing one of the publishers in the case, told Forum 18.
Fines continue on mosques and individuals for possessing any of the 68 books - which include collections of hadiths [sayings of the religious character Mohammed].