White House: American Woman and Her Family Held Captive by Taliban Jihadist Group for 5 Years have been Released – 10/12/17

News is breaking this morning that an American woman and her family held captive by the Taliban-linked Islamic Jihadist Haqqani Network have been released. This comes the day after President Trump hinted something big had happened because nations and groups around the world are once again beginning to respect the United States:


An American woman and her family, who had been held captive since 2012 by the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani network after being kidnapped while hiking in Afghanistan, were freed, the White House announced Thursday.

Caitlin Coleman, 32, was seven months pregnant when she and her Canadian husband Josh Boyle were abducted.

President Trump appeared to hint at the news of Coleman’s release during a speech in Coleman’s home state of Pennsylvania.

“Something happened today, where a country that totally disrespected us called with some very, very important news,” Trump said. “And one of my generals came in. They said, ‘You know, I have to tell you, a year ago they would’ve never done that.’ It was a great sign of respect. You’ll probably be hearing about it over the next few days. But this is a country that did not respect us. This is a country that respects us now. The world is starting to respect us again, believe me.”

The pair were last seen in a hostage video in December 2016 pleading for their governments to intervene. . . . Read More

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