Muslim Community from Arakan Unhappy this Eid ul Azha
Many Muslim families from
As the animals, including bulls and cows, were priced high, many ordinary Muslim families could not celebrate the festival, having lost their opportunity to make the appropriate sacrifices.
The prominent townsperson said, "Many families had no chance to celebrate the festival due to the high price of cattle during the festival period, and many poor Muslim families lost their opportunity for sacrificial purpose this year."
Apart from rich families in Maungdaw, many Muslim families were unable to celebrate the Eid ul Azha religious festival this year.
A source reported the Nasaka
authority ordered the Muslim community in Maungdaw to
celebrate this year's Eid ul
Azha festival with cattle from
Since cattle were not permitted to be brought
A Muslim trader from Maungdaw
told Narinjara on the phone yesterday that he had no
problem buying cattle at the inflated price, but there were no more cattle
being sold to celebrators. In
A source said that during the Eid ul Azha
festiva, which was held on
It has also been learned that Burma Nasaka authority extorted 1000 kyat from a family for their holiday sacrifice of a cow. #