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Saren Azer told Global News in an exclusive Skype interview from Iran. "For others it might be just another case in a family court. What I saw my children go through was nothing less than a terror." Azer, an Iranian born Kurd, came to Canada in 1994 as a political refugee. He married Alison Jeffrey in 2002and they separated ten years later. What followed was a bitter fight over access to the four children, Sharvahn, 11, Rojevahn, 9, Dersim, 7 and Meitan, 3. READ MORE:Photos of Alison Azer's kids with fugitive father offers hope After a court approved European holiday in August 2015, Azer put the children on a flight to Northern Iraq and broke off all contact with the mother. The father and children later slipped across the border into Iran, Azer's homeland, and moved in with members of his family. (He would not tell Global News the name of the city.) Now Azer is a hunted man, wanted by the RCMP and Interpol on abduction charges. In an emotional Canada wide campaign, Azer's ex wife, Alison Jeffrey, has pleaded with the Canadian government to do something to have the children returned. WATCH: Alison Azer appeals to PM and to Canada for the return of her four kids Thousands of supporters joined her on social media, many of them vilifying Azer in the strongest terms. "A disgusting human being," was a typical posting. Alison was dismissive of her ex husband's latest comments. "What he's doing is the desperate attempts of a man who's been on the run for nine months. He is a wanted fugitive. He continues to cross borders illegally. In the interview, he rejected Alison's claim that the children were "traumatized and terrified" in their new life in a strange land, away from their mother and friends, where they louis vuitton saks fifth avenue atlanta couldn't speak the language. "They have never been as well as they are," he said. "They louis vuitton bags etsy are thriving, they are happy. Our daily life is filled with joy, all of them are healthy, they are well, they are thriving at school, they are learning languages, they are learning different cultures, different traditions, they are surrounded by their families and they are loved and they are adored. "My children were in a war zone in Canada, they were in a psychological and mental war zone in that country and you could see how their fragile lives were being shattered in front of our eyes." READ MORE:Rally held for BC mom fighting for return of 4 abducted children Global News obtained copies of medical reports dated 2013 that point to some psychological and physical problems: delayed gross motor skills for one of the children; significant stress and anger in another; and "suicidal ideation" in a third. In 2012, Azer says, his son Dersim, then only five, was interviewed by an RCMP officer about an allegation by Alison that Saren had disciplined the boy by tying him to a chair in the basement. No charges were laid. "I remember the terror that my son went through. For weeks on end he would not separate from me. Is this what a father should do, stand by as their children are shattered in this process?" In November, 2013, a social worker with the BC Ministry of Children and Family development said in a letter to Alison that "your children are in need of protection from your ex husband... due to physical harm." The harm, how to tell a fake louis vuitton briefcase the social worker said, included "being tied up, slapped and hit." But, three louis vuitton knock off purses cheap months later, the same ministry closed its file on Azer and confirmed he had completed a parenting program. Azer says the physical harm never happened. Alison says Azer, in his interview with Global News, was exaggerating the children's emotional and physical issues. "Not only were they not as serious, there were no disorders. The children were seen by a long list of healthcare professionals during the period of time that we spent reaching our joint custody agreement. "I think that those papers are a matter of public record via the courts and in no way speak to the conditions or disorders that I think he's finding it convenient to manufacture at this stage of game being an international fugitive." Saren Azer, a high profile humanitarian doctor who once appeared in a video with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, says he was overwrought by what he saw happening to his children. "When I was working in the ICU, almost on a weekly basis I would resuscitate teenagers with suicide attempts. Almost without exception their story was the same families that were dominated by hatred, anger, family court proceedings. RCMP proceedings, ministry (of children and family development) proceedings, and I could see the trail that myself and my children were on wasn't going to be any different. I could see how these fragile and beautiful lives are going to be shattered in this process." But to Alison, the abduction by their father will cause her children the most distress. "Our children will suffer as a result of having been kidnapped. It's nine months in and the sooner they're rescued the better chance they have of returning to a healthy childhood state. And I need the Canadian government to act as quickly as they can.

My children are in danger, they're being abused, and they need to come home." The federal government has said it is treating the situation seriously. The Harper government ended diplomatic relations with Iran in 2012.

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