Burma Times Correspondent: August 30, 2015
A Buddhist monastery in Fuhali, Maungdaw North is being used as a meeting place for the 969 movement.
According to eyewitnesses and local sources, unidentified youth and local 969 activists are using the monastery to hold meetings everyday. The monastery is located in a secluded place by the hills. There is much mystery surrounding the identity of the actual inhabitants of the monastery. Locals allege it is being used to plan future attacks on the Muslim community.
The members of the 969 movement are patrolling the areas around Fuhali and abusing the Rohingyas in foul language and making vulgar comments about Islam.
The 969 activists have also seized a motorcycle belonging to a 30 year Rohingya man named Mamun Rashid.