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94z7z94z7z94z7z94z7z wrote

However, the fatwa also states that the use of the product will be allowed for the time being due to the lack of viable alternatives.

Nice clickbait. -_-

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ziq wrote

However, CNN Indonesia reported that a number of towns had already suspended the vaccine before the MUI even announced their decision.

Tim Lindsey, the director of the Centre for Indonesian Law in the University of Melbourne, told the ABC the fatwa would undoubtedly make accessing the vaccination more difficult in Indonesia.

Fatwas are not legally binding in Indonesia, however declarations from the MUI are highly influential.

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94z7z94z7z94z7z94z7z wrote

However, CNN Indonesia reported that a number of towns had already suspended the vaccine before the MUI even announced their decision.

Implying that it had nothing to do with MUI in the first place.

Fatwas are not legally binding in Indonesia, however declarations from the MUI are highly influential.

Those highly influential declarations contain that:

However, the fatwa also states that the use of the product will be allowed for the time being due to the lack of viable alternatives.