Animals and people

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Animals and people are not the same. Human beings are higher than animals. Although modern biologists classify human beings in the Animal Kingdom, based on the obvious similarities between humans and primates, religious people beg to differ. And objective scientists acknowledge the difference.

Only materialists, atheists and the opponents of religion insist on classifying people as animals, and the attempts of animal rights activists to grant animals the same rights as people does not succeed in promoting the welfare of animals as much as it results in lowering the value of human life; see Peter Singer.