Manchester: Muslim Police Chief Says ‘Offending Culture, Religion And Tradition’ Not Protected As Free Speech

Chief Inspector Umer Khan made the statement on social media this weekend, and was immediately questioned by alarmed free speech campaigners.

He then apologised to those defending the right to be offensive for any “offence cause”, and argued that, “free speech should be used to promote tolerance & respect all.”

“[The statement regarding free speech] was a thought after a moving visit to Auschwitz”, he added.

When asked if Mr. Khan and the police force generally support the right to offend religious beliefs, the Greater Manchester Police press office told Breitbart London: “I don’t think we support anyone who would want to say anything offence[sic]”.

He’s been in the news before. ‘Race row cop loses job battle‘ and ‘Cop checked files on killer brother’. His brother was later convicted of an honour murder.

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