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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