Comments made by the rector of Rotterdam's Islamic University about non-Muslims are not a criminal offence and are covered by legislation governing freedom of speech and religion, the public prosecution department said on Friday.

Last October, Ahmed Akgunduz caused controversy when he wrote on his blog that opponents of Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan are 'godless' and enemies of 'religion and the fatherland'.

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