It began as a campaign for Muslims to be more vigilant about halal, or syariah-compliant, products.
But Malaysians are living in interesting times and the last few months have seen the Buy Muslim First campaign gain momentum and morph into what is seen as a boycott of goods and services produced by non-Muslims.
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