At the moment we seem to be getting into a situation that's building up into a greater and greater crisisFormer hostage offers to go to Iran Mar 31, 2007
I can understand the anger of Peter Moore's father, his criticism that the prime minister could call with concerns about the health of Susan Boyle but not call the father of a man kidnapped in IraqWaite understands hostage kin's anger Jun 23, 2009
Terry Waite CBE (born 31 May 1939 in Bollington, Cheshire) is an English humanitarian and author.
Waite was Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie's Assistant for Anglican Communion Affairs in the 1980s. As an envoy for the Church of England, he travelled to Lebanon to try to secure the release of four hostages including journalist John McCarthy. He was himself held captive between 1987 and 1991.
He is also president of the charity, Y Care International (the YMCA's international development and relief agency), and patron of AbleChildAfrica and Habitat for Humanity Great Britain. He is also president of Emmaus UK, a charity for formerly homeless people.