Those people (Krgys and Uzbeks) ethnically come from the same roots and they share the same religion. But, those strong similarities did not prevent them to have problems among each-other. So it is not surprising to hear a few insulting words against Jews. On the other hand after the clashes, Turkish FM Davutoglu visited the region, he personally attended the swear-in session of Krgysiztan's new leader. He announced the financial aid of Turkey and he called for the peace. (He was the only foreign official to attend the ceremony) Afterwards, Kazakhstan and Turkey began to their diplomatic efforts to restrengthen the ties between two groups. The problem is likely (and hopefully) to be resolved.
Austrian police say they expect 10,000 migrants to arrive from Hungary (DPA)
from the article: It never ends with the Jews