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Do most Muslims maintain morality in more than Humans? Because the set standard of morality is low.

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in response to reader comment: most of the muslim are maintaining morality in sexual issue but it is rare in others.

Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh Bharat Panthi (India), Jun 9, 2011 at 14:53

Do Muslims maintain morality in sex more than Humans? Naturally , because the set standard of morality is so low ...

When the same act is considered immoral among humans and godly by ... consequently human is violating the set morality norms of his system and ...man is hero for same sex act as per sandland laws, hence humans are not maintaining morality and they are.

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