The Iranian cleric, who claimed last month that promiscuity and immodest dress cause earthquakes, has defended his argument.
Kazem Sedighi insists God may be holding off on natural disasters in the West in order to let people sin more and relegate themselves to hell.
Sedighi's preaching created a buzz on the web last month, as blogger Jennifer McCreight of Indiana asked women to show as much cleavage as possible through a Facebook page named Boobquake, reports Fox News.
Seidighi had said: "Many women who do not dress modestly ... lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which (consequently) increases earthquakes."
Now, the cleric is back defending his concept.
Sedighi notes that some might ask why there aren't more earthquakes and storms striking Western nations that are "up to their necks" in immorality.
He says the answer is that God allows some of those who "provoke His wrath" to continue sinning "so that they (eventually) go to the bottom of Hell."
Meanwhile, on the lines of 'Boobquake,' a new Facebook group called for 'Brainquake', a day for women to "show off their resumes, CVs, honors, prizes, and accomplishments."