Among netizens that responded to the non-halal issues of the bazaar at Geylang Serai include of course our non-Muslim friends too.
If we did not care to notice, our Malay brothers and sisters may not have seen the way non-Muslims view the matter. Which is actually very heartening.
For Geylang bazaar in Ramadan to be free of non-halal food, the cause may be closer to the hearts of Muslims, however for the non-Muslims the issue do concern them too and this is what some have came out to say.
They showed greater understanding and respect for halal requirements. Salute!
As such, there exist the need to observe halal dietery requirements of bazaars operating in the month of Ramadhan targeting at Muslims. And these are indeed prime examples of how diversity should be celebrated in our multi religious and multiracial society in Singapore.
Best of all, most Muslims and non-Muslims share this common believe.