Mother of Canadian children abducted to Iran looking for Trudeau’s direct intervention

The mother of four Canadian kids abducted and taken to Iran wants Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to back up his talk of concern for her children with some action.

Last month Trudeau told the House of Commons that arranging for the safe return of Alison Azer’s children is a priority for his government.

Azer, however, says she has tried a number of times to convince Trudeau to speak to Iranian officials but without success. “Why hasn’t the Canadian government reached out to Iran directly?” she asked. “Trudeau could pick up the phone to Rouhani but he hasn’t.”

She really should check with the hostages in the Phillipines.