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Does anybody really believe they're doing it for sex in the afterlife? If
so, it must be an indication of how frustrating their lives are before
death. I suspect it's more of a Western myth thand a Middle Eastern one.
The myth is that Muslims live their lives hungering after virgins.
We sort of covered this topic, primarily based on Dawkins' article that ran
the Guardian, immediately after the september bombing. You might find
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