Musleh Khan, the Muslim chaplain at Toronto Police Association, is being criticized for his views regarding women and marriage.
In his 2013 webinar titled, “The Heart of the Home: the Rights and Responsibilities of a Wife”, Khan says he wants to help Muslim couples keep their marriage whole.
In the slideshow, Khan says a woman should be “obedient” to her husband and must not refrain from intimacy, unless she’s sick or fasting.
Is he in a position where he can serve as a chaplain? Should he be disqualified from being on the payroll of the Toronto Police?