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Submitted by Sex is the part of human life (Qatar), Apr 27, 2008 at 13:42

Sex is the part of the human life regret money, power, religion,cast colour or whatever. As the religion is considered the Imam or the preist dosen't have any authority to control a human being's normal life.He a personality to perform the spiritual duties as beleived by the followers.

But in the present world, believers don't realise the codent of the religion and manipulates the rules with the help of the people and truly corrupts the community. Religion is only a code for the people to behave as a community.

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