Muslim Police Chaplain: Wives Need To Sleep With Husbands Whether They Want To Or Not

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The Toronto Police Service’s new Muslim chaplain once declared that wives must have sex with their husbands — whether they want to or not.

The department appointed Musleh Khan as the chaplain for its Muslim police officers, reports City News.

Khan’s responsibilities include offering spiritual support to the department’s Muslim officers and acting as a go-between with the Muslim community and the police department.

“The amount of stress they deal with every day … they really need some emotional support. Some of these police officers only find comfort in faith. So this is a bonus for them to say, ‘I’m the same faith as you. We can talk,'” Khan explained.

Khan gave a web-seminar in 2013 called “The Heart of the Home: The Rights and Responsibilities of the Wife.” In it, he described the duties of a wife and how she should still have sexual relations with her husband, even if she is not in the mood.

“Even some scholars went as far as saying that even if it doesn’t feel right, or you’re just not in that emotional relationship you know it’s not the right moment, you’re not feeling that at that particular time, still try to make it happen, still try to force yourself even if you have to do that,” Khan stated.

Khan also mentioned that if a woman does not have a valid excuse for not sleeping with her husband, she commits a sin.

“The second bullet mentions here [is] that she should not withhold this right from her husband without a valid excuse,” Khan continued. “Third bullet: if she refuses without a valid reason then she committed a major sin.”

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