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DIFFERENT COUNTRIES HAVE DIFFERENT LAWS

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Submitted by Mohamad Nozzi (Singapore), May 15, 2009 at 23:04

Your country forbids since your Government is not muslim. However, these rules and regulations might not be acceptable to other countries' Governments. The setting a legal law is dependent upon and is controlled by the Government in a country.

For example, littering in Singapore at the road side and/or public places without using dustpins is considered to be illegal. Once a person is caught to litter anyhow in the public places will receive heavy penalty. In your country it may be acceptable. However, it is legal in Singapore.

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