Children living in the Fukushima area are beginning to show internal radiation exposure in urine tests that have been conducted recently:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/30/fukushima-children-radiation-tests-caesium

 

Quite a few internationally abducted children are living in or near the radiation zone and left-behind parents are helpless to do anything about it, and are not even able to communicate with them and get information about them.

How can subjecting children to this be considered “in the best interests of the child”?

The international parental abduction issue in Japan has gone beyond being a human rights issue and has become an issue concerning the protection of children’s health and lives.