it is very HEARTENING indeed when Non-Muslim Singaporeans demonstrate deep understanding and empathy on the issues surrounding the ambiguous halal status of bazaar at Geylang Serai organised in the month of Ramadhan.
Read the screenshots shared here in this album. They show genuine concern of Non-Muslim Singaporeans on the issue of non-halal status of some foodstalls at Geylang Serai Bazaar, organised in the month of Ramadhan.
Such demonstration of care and concern is a fine example of how diversity is celebrated in the multiracial and multireligious society of Singapore.
Underlying such expression of understanding and empathy is the value of RESPECT, going beyond tolerance. Such thinking also reflects maturity living harmoniously together. Together, regardless of race, language or religion, the multiracial and multireligious society of Singapore should move more in this direction in living harmoniously with one another.
This album is saved here on this HCRS group as it reflects deep halal discernment among Non-Muslim Singaporeans towards the basic dietery needs of the Muslim consumer. Such discernment is very highly appreciated by Muslims who care so deeply on matters pertaining to halal foods.
Source: Mohd Khair