My method is simple; if she won't eat pork, ask too much questions about halal, she's been radicalized. Maid is maid, she don't have the privilege to ask too much questions about the halal-ness of the food. Not happy, can always go back home or go back to the agency. John Tan won't stop her. I used to have an indon maid. She was friendly and hardworking. She ate whatever we ate, not our scraps but warm food from our portions. Sometimes she ate with us, sometimes she ate before us, but never after us. It is not polite to serve people leftover scraps, even if she is a maid. But we had a rule; my family is not muslim, so even though the maid stays with us, we are not going to alter our habits to suit her. It also applies if the maid is a vegan. We eat pork, we serve pork at our meals. She is expected to prepare pork dishes when we buy fresh pork from the market. The maid quite enjoyed our pork dishes. She didn't give us trouble throughout her employment and from the way she ate and looked happy with us, it is quite easy to tell that during that period, she wasn't radicalized. I can't vouch for her behaviour now, after she returned to Indonesia. Her no-pork diet and the widespread beliefs of intolerance there may have warped her simple mind since.