(泛清真化). In Islamic Law, “halal” means permitted and “haram” means prohibited. By “generalization of halal,” the CCP means the use of symbols of Muslim identity and the respect of Muslim prescriptions in areas of life other than food. Campaigns against the “generalization of halal,” however, normally end up targeting also halal food itself.
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