Canadian Father and Lebanese Mother are divorced.
Their Daughter is now 8 years old.
Father gives Mother permission to take Daughter to Lebanon for a week to attend an extended family member’s wedding.
That was last February. And they haven’t returned to Canada since.
Father believes Mother has remarried a Lebanese man.
Since the alleged abduction, a Canadian family court has awarded Father sole custody of Daughter. And an arrest warrant has been issued for Mother.
But those measures have not been enough to make any headway.
Lebanon does not recognize the Canadian child custody order, and is doing nothing to help Father secure Daughter’s return to her home country, Canada.
Read more in this CBC News article: Quebec girl abducted by mother.