Canadian Man Held By Islamic Terrorists For Five Years Just Reacted To The News That Trump Is President
Canadian Man Joshua Boyle and his Wife , Caitlin Coleman (American Citizen) were kidnapped and held by the notorious Islamic Terrorist group Haqqani network for 5 years and 1 day. Now the Canadian man has spoken about Donald Trump being the President of United states .
He said His captors were joking when they told him Donald Trump had been elected president of America. They were rarely given any information on the outside world during their time in captivity. Surprisingly they did not even know Justin Trudeau is their Canadian Prime Minister until they were rescued.
When he was forced to participate in a “proof of life” video, a captor told him Trump had been the new US President, and he took the captor’s comment as joke!
One of the captors told Boyle the new U.S. president was Donald Trump before he was forced to make a “proof-of-life” video. “It didn’t enter my mind that he was being serious,” he said.
Boyle told the Toronto Star “It didn’t enter my mind that he was being serious,” Boyle told the the Toronto Star. He and his wife were kidnapped while doing a Backpack hiking in Afghanistan in the year 2012. Boyle’s wife was pregnant at the time and the couple ended up having two more children during their captivity. They were all rescued by Pakistani forces, intelligent inputs were provided by the United States, few kidnappers were killed during the operation and some got away.
Boyle described Islamic terror group Haqqani as the “people who have no relationships in life that are not purely mercenary.”
“They have no real friends, only cohorts. They have no wives, children,” he added. “Those we met who were not orphans spoke of hating their parents.”
Boyle, his wife and their kids were severely mistreated during their time in captivity and Boyle is calling for his all kidnappers to be brought to justice. The group that captured Boyle and Coleman—the Haqqani network—was also responsible for the kidnapping of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl after he walked off from his unit under mysterious circumstances. Bergdahl, who was held in captivity for five years, was released after being traded for five top Afghan Taliban commanders by the U.S. government. Bergdahl pleaded guilty to charges of desertion and misbehavior on Monday.