Religious people often claim that they are more moral than non-religious people. Faced with a concrete question:
"Do you feel the torture of suspected terrorists can be justified?"
here is the percentage of people who said that it could be often or sometimes justified by religious affiliation in a recent opinion poll:
White evangelical Protestant: 69%
White Catholic: 68%
White non-evangelical Protestant: 63%
Non-whites (not broken down by religion): 51%
No statistically significant data was available for whites adherents to non-Christian religions such as Jews and Muslims.
In my view, it is the non-religious people who hold the moral high ground here.