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Ex Taliban hostage explains why he fathered children while in captivity

17 Octobre 2017

Boyle says he and his family were completely shut out from the world over the last five years because on the one occasion that he asked for something to read, he was brought a pile full of dished to clean for his captors.

"It didn't enter my mind that he was being serious", Boyle told The Toronto Star, in a wide-ranging interview from Boyle's parents house outside of Toronto.

Joshua Boyle, a Canadian, and his wife Caitlan Coleman, from Pennsylvania, were kidnapped while on a trip in Afghanistan's Wardak province in 2012.

The couple was was held in a series of tiny, underground cells along the Afghanistan-Pakistan with little access to television, radio, or any reading materials. He noted Coleman is in her 30s and they didn't want to waste time.

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The family took a commercial flight back to Canada.

"He told a reporter on the plane that the "(US State Department's) interests are not my interests".

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And Coleman's father, Jim Coleman, told "Good Morning America" on Friday: "Taking your pregnant wife to a very risky place, to me, and the kind of person I am, it's unconscionable".

Mr Boyle was previously married to the older sister of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr.

Boyle responded, saying that he is a "harmless hippie", and that he and Coleman went to Afghanistan for humanitarian reasons.

As for his captors, Boyle told The Star the Haqqani network "are people who have no relationships in life that are not purely mercenary". "We're Irish, haha", he wrote.

Just wait until Boyle hears about the McDonald's sauce thing.

"We're sitting as hostages with a lot of time on our hands".

Ex Taliban hostage explains why he fathered children while in captivity