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Toronto police union raises concerns about new chaplain's views on women
The Toronto Police Association is raising concerns about the police service's newest Muslim chaplain and his views on women and marriage.
In a 2013 webinar called The Heart of the Home: the Rights and Responsibilities of a Wife, Musleh Khan describes himself as a marriage counsellor who wants to help couples of the Muslim-faith stay married.
A woman should be "obedient" to her husband at all times and must not refrain from intimacy without a "valid excuse," he says. The slideshow accompanying Khan's lecture says sickness and obligatory fasting would qualify.
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