I've been wondering about why there is a stall holder at the roadside on the way to my office selling Nasi Lemak to those who are not fasting. (NON MUSLIMS). The stall holder is Muslim. She is selling Nasi Lemak as usual in the morning to non-muslims as (I presume) she doesn't want to lose her customers and also lose her income. But her stall is the only one at roadside which is still operating during Ramadhan. The other stall holders are taking a break this month and (again I presume) maybe they are selling in the evening in a Ramadhan Bazaar.
My question is is it okay to sell the food especially in the morning and when you don't want to lose your loyal customers? This is not the only place that I see and it's not the first time. I remember when I used to live in Nibong Tebal, there's also a Nasi Lemak stall which was still operating like usual in the morning during Ramadhan. If you are well versed with Islamic Syariah, can you please share with me what's the verdict? (Apa hukumnya ye?).