why humans are so eager to know about there past and why we are consider as the family of monkeys
as we as per Islam humans are made by the mud and dust, the first humans exist on the earth soil are Adam and Eve it is also there in Quran and bible
So... claiming that humans are related to monkeys is insulting to humans, but claiming that humans were made from mud is not.
Makes perfect sense.
The answer to both is that we ARE monkeys. Look in the mirror and then google a chimp and look very carefully at a chimp's face. And monkeys are curious about everything - including the past.
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