Sex Trade in the Arab countries. A Shameful Practice by so-called Muslims.
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Submitted by Mohammad, CPA (Bangladesh), Apr 20, 2010 at 01:12
Thank you for your comments. It is Too Late for any comments.
Late is better than Never.
It is not the Religion but the Human habit & Character. The most people of the World are prone to Sex.
It is very difficult to control Sex for Men & Women. It is not an easy job to control or restrain from the attraction of Sex but it is very Important for our own Health & Hazard.
It is not the Teaching of any Religion. But it is our Responsibility to save our Life from the Attack of different Diseases including AIDS, HIV, Gonnorea and many more deadly Diseases. Still we the men and women can not or do not want to avoid such Dangerous diseases. In fact, it is not the Warning from God but for our own Benefits.
The people do enjoy Sex but some time at the cost of our Life. There is Attraction and Enjoyment in Sex but you and we can never avoid the serious Problems.
Sex is Easy to find Every where in the World but we can Never avoid the Risks of so many deadly Diseases. Sex is easy to find in the Europe, America, Australia, Singapore, Hong Hong, Bangkok etc. But the diseases are Always there and you and we can never avoid it.
We must be very careful and alert. Then we can remember the Warning of God and restrain ourselves from such attraction of Sex.
Cheers to all who can avoid the attraction of sex. No Sex but have good Life and good Health.
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