- 2/2/1991 [+] Interview conducted in Istanbul. With Oraltay, Qasen (Hasen) Qatash uli.
Temirbaev is a young man from Kostonay, Kazakhstan pusuing Islamic studies in Istanbul, talks of aim of his Quranic studies, Kazakhs' need for religious education.
- 2/16/1991 [+] Interview conducted in Almati, group discussion. With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
Interviewees talk about their experiences being jailed for party activities and demonstrations. One young woman was in jail for thirty days. Talks of abuse and injustices suffered in jail. Many of the interviewees have newly become practicng Muslims.
- 2/17/1991 [+] continuation of the above (12a). With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
Interviewees talk about how they were abducted by the police, how they were threatened. Talk of activities distributing party literature, aspiration for own Kazakh land and desire to teach Kazakhs their own history.
- 2/21/1991 [+] continuation of 12a, 12b. With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
Young people talking about their arrests, experiences in prison, activities undertaken for their parties (Alash, Jeltoqsan), and their political ideas. Many also speak about their recent acceptance of Islam.
- 2/27/1991 [+] Interview conducted in Almati. With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
Aliev defends Kazakh history and literature, laments how this subject is normally only minimally covered, distorted, or ignored when taught in Kazakh schools. Speaks of how the Kazakhs played a significant role in the medieval history of the Islamic Middle East and Central Asia.
- 2/28/1991 [+] interview conducted in Almati (difficult to hear and understand). With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
Aqataev talks about his and other unofficial parties' meeting with Nazarbaev; gives impressions of Nazarbaev; talk mostly of Kazakhs' future and getting by beyond the 20th century.
- 2/28/1991 [+] continuation of above interview. With Sabdalin, Qiyal.
More talk of the "Kazakhs" role in the Middle Ages and Mamluk history; thanks to Western scholars for studies on Qipchaq history, which is not well studies by Soviet scholars; calls for unity among Turkic peoples as "all branches of the same tree."