While extremists are sentenced to prison terms or killed in security operations or in terrorist attacks, their like-minded wives are often left behind with unresolved problems.
The purpose of the bill is to decrease the potential risks that could destabilise relations between the state and religion, analysts say.
Amendments to existing religious law aim to expand the ability of authorities against individuals or groups spreading extremist or radical views.
Collaboration among the government, imams, elders, religious scholars, law enforcement and the film industry is already seeing results.
Umma, the first and only Muslim magazine in Kyrgyzstan, promotes religious education to counter extremism and terrorism.
The Spiritual Administration for Muslims of Kazakhstan (DUMK) has convinced nearly 5,000 extremists to abandon their radical thoughts, clerics say.
Poor religious education creates a breeding ground for radical organisations, warn scholars and analysts.
The centre aims to unite Uzbeks to fight extremism through scientific study of Islamic history and culture, authorities say.
The proposed rules are meant to protect the public, say officials.
In the 1990s, the country had only 39 mosques. Now it has nearly 3,000.