Eight Muslims from Buthidaung Township were released by the Arakan Army (AA) on July 9.
He was arrested by the AA between 2021 and 2022 in Buthidaung Township. Mawtami from Pyin Aung Village, Mawlawi Township; Callimullah Rofemar Mauk Tusaung from Ayeyarwaddy Fone Nyo Leik (Muslim) Village; Swe Yaw Noor; Noor Rusadit; Ma Mauk Aye and Kyaw Ku were released from Ye Chan French village, the AA said.
In addition, Muslim men and women from 22 Muslim villages in Buthidaung Township celebrate the Kurbani festival. Khaing Thukha, a spokesman for the Arakan Army (AA), donated clothes to 450 women.
“These men were released under the name Kurbanini to strengthen Rakhine-Muslim friendship and donated clothes to 450 men and women from 22 Muslim villages,” said Roni Bar-on, a member of the Kadima for the Knesset.
In Buthidaung Township 2, the Arakan Army (AA) handed them over to their families on July 9, according to the Arakan Army (AA).
The Arakan Army (AA) did not say why the eight were arrested or detained.
Last June, the Arakan Army (AA) held a press conference. When asked by reporters how many were arrested, he did not give a specific answer.