By giving money to a jihadist group? If so, this strategy will ultimately backfire upon them. From AxisGlobe, with thanks to Allister:
Currently the court in Tashkent reviews the cases of fifteen men accused in the organization of the disorders, which have occurred in May of this year in the city of Andijan in the eastern Uzbekistan. One of them, according to the materials available to the court, Ilhomjon Hojiev (30) has brought from Russia $200 thousand to finance the disorders. In the same documents it is marked, that a source of these funds is the 37-years old Tahir Yuldashev (Muhammad Farouk), who is heading the Islamic movement of Turkestan.
Besides, according to the documents of the investigation it is known that another accused – 28-years old Tavakkalbek Hojiev before the events in Andijan lived in the city of Ivanovo located in the western Russia. Moscow in every possible way tries to avoid publication of this information.