It’s been over a week since we learned the plight of Canadian Joshua Boyle and his American wife, Caitlin Coleman, allegedly kidnapped by the Taliban while enjoying a backpacking trip to Afghanistan.
Why wouldn’t Boyle want to take his very pregnant wife backpacking in one of the most up-side down, gunned-up regimes in the world?
What could possibly go wrong?
The child perished, but since the Taliban terrorists were such compassionate captors, they granted the couple conjugal visits which produced three more children.
At the insistence of the U.S., the family was moved into Pakistan where their military was convinced to conduct a raid to rescue the family, and they all lived happily ever after, right?
In the aftermath, things just don’t add up, but the mainstream media seems uninterested in investigating.
Tarek Fatah, not one beholden to the tyranny of political correctness, has been asking tough questions though. In a Toronto Sun column, Fatah notes:
“One problem is that non-Muslim journalists today are so scared of being labelled racist, that obvious questions arising from Boyle’s account of his and his family’s captivity aren’t being asked.”
This story is downright weird, including the fact that Boyle was briefly married to Zaynab Khadr, sister of former terrorist and now multimillionaire, Omar Khadr.