Commentary: Muslim Majority Countries And Alcohol Policy

David Kalema commentary in the journal Addiction: “The role of religion in alcohol consumption and demand reduction in Muslim majority countries”

Religion inspires civil alcohol policies and limits alcohol use in Muslim majority countries, but its protective role should be explored further, as consumption rates and enforcement practices vary between countries with similar prohibition policies. Also, religion (e.g. Islam) is far from a univocal concept, and may even prevent problem users from seeking help.”

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