I’ve been living in Yishun for many years. There’s 3 coffee shops/eatery in the neighbourhood market in my area – neighbourhood 4 in avenue 6

Out of the 3 eatery, there’s only 3 halal Muslim stalls. The rest all non halal Chinese food stalls. Why is that so? I wonder. I find it suffocating

There are so many varieties for the non halal stalls.

By evening, only 2 halal stalls in operation – both selling the same.

Where is the convenience for the Muslims if it’s called the neighborhood market?

RT Tukiman
A.S.S. Contributor

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