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Muslim consumers and their mighty dinar

SINGAPORE -- When final-year students at Wheelock College in Singapore prepare for their stay on the home campus in Boston, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts, they get a list from the previous year's seniors showing where to buy halal groceries, find kabob stalls and go to pray.

A'qilah Saiere

     That list, says A'qilah Saiere, who made the trip in 2013, grows longer with each year, making it much easier for the college's Muslim students to meet their food and prayer needs while away from home.

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