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October 30, 1992 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-30

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Elect

RICHARD A.

13 RR

Clan Fighting
Mars Rescue

Moscow (JTA) — The con-
tinuing fighting in the ex-
Soviet republic of Ta-
jikistan has raised concern
..over the fate of the
estimated 10,000 Jews liv-
ing there.
Israel has managed to get
four planeloads of Tajik
Jews out of the country in
• recent weeks, but major
r. logistical and political prob-
' lems are preventing any
large-scale evacuation, ac
cording to a senior Israeli of-
ficial here.
As a result, only a few
hundred Jews have made it
out of the country.
Compounding the problem
• is that despite the heavy
• fighting among rival Tajik
clans, "most Jews there do
not want to leave now," said
the Israeli official.
The fighting has left the
former Soviet Union's
poorest and most remote re-
public virtually cut off from
the outside world. Ta-
• jikistan's main road and rail
links are to neighboring
Uzbekistan, which cut those
links several weeks ago to
prevent the fighting from
• spreading across its borders.
Road links to the other ex-
,
) Soviet republic which
"- __borders on Tajikistan,
Kyrgyzstan, lead through
difficult mountainous ter-
rain. Tajikistan's remaining
borders are with
Afghanistan and China.
The lack of feasible land
routes led the Israeli effort
to focus on an airlift, said the
source. But the airlift itself
has been hampered by prob-
lems at the airport in
Dushanbe, the Tajik capital,
where some commercial
flights from Moscow and
other ex- Soviet cities are
still landing.
In addition to the risk of
violence, the refugees have
faced severe customs restric-
tions on the belongings they
may export, leading to long
delays prior to departure.
At present, the airport au-
thorities are not imposing
any kind of exit fee or tax,
but that may change. "We're
afraid they (the local au-
thorities) may get that
.idea," said the source.
The majority of Tajik Jews
are Bukharan Jews, who are
largely viewed by the non-
Jewish population as in-
digenous. The Ashkenazic
minority consists mostly of
Jews who came to Tajikistan
during the period of Soviet
power.

1

West Bloomfield
Township Trustee
on November 3.

• Will steer West Bloomfield out of its traffic jams.
• Endorsed by Eccentric (10/22/92).
• Dedicated to the future of the Jewish Community.
• Environmental attorney sensitive to preserving the community.
• Vice President of Yad Ezra Food Pantry.
Creative
problem
solver
willing
to
take
on
tough
issues.

• Member of W.B. Schools Redistricting Committee.
• Will work for more bike paths and senior citizen housing.
even-handed
"Barr brings an eloquence and style to his candidacy we would like to see on the board. Barr's best asset seems to be an
(WEST
BLOOM-
a
Thoughtful
approach
from
which
the
board
could
benefit."
willingness
to
listen...
approach to issues, combined with a
FIELD ECCENTRIC, 10/22/92).

"Barr brings the best possibility of new ideas, fresh energies, yet without much suggestion of the combative and confrontational approach
that has marked board politics." (SPINAL COLUMN Newspapers, 10/28/92),

Hanley Abramson
Guido & Connie Aidenbaum
Ron & Marcia Anstandig
Benjamin Bader
Martin & Nancy Barr
Steve & Carol Barr
Murray & Linda Baruch
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Beth Borson
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Karen Braun
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Hugh D. Camitta
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Glenn Cantor
Michael & Paula Ceresnie
Larry Cohen
Jeff & Robin Danto
Jo Robin Davis
Barbara & John DeMarco
Jeffrey & Sheri Devries
Sidney & Nena Dillick
Karen Dougherty
Sharon Edelman
Michael & Shelley Eizelman
Larry & Jacqui Elkus
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Suzy & Stuart Epstein

Gary Faber
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Norm Finkelstein
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Joyce Golden
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Neil Gorosh
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Seymour Gretchko
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Nancy Handleman
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Sharon Hart
Ron Hodess
David & Virginia Hogg
Albert Holtz
Jeddy Hood
Michael Horowitz
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Lawrence Jackier
Michael Jacob
John E. & Gilda Jacobs
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Henry Wormser
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