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B'nai B'rith Men
Becomes A Refuge
Toronto (JTA) - The town of
Gander, Newfoundland, has
become an unlikely destina=
tion for Jews, Ukrainians,
Russians and other ethnic
minorities fleeing the con-
flict-ridden former Soviet
republic of Moldova.
Those hoping to win
asylum in Canada fly from
the Moldovan capital of
Kishinev to Moscow. There
they catch a four-times-a-
week Aeroflot flight to
Havana, Cuba - once a
popular fun-in- the-sun vaca-
tion spot for Russians and
other nationals of the
erstwhile Soviet bloc.
Arriving almost penniless,
the refugees are deported by
Cuban authorities on the
next Aeroflot flight back to
Russia. The plane stops for
refueling in Gander, a
remote airport carved out of
wilderness to serve as a
World War II aerodrome.
There the Moldovans file for
So far this year, 2,394
refugee claimants have
arrived in Gander. It is not
clear how many of them are
Jewish, since Canada's Im-
migration Department does
not provide statistics based
on religion or ethnicity.
Among them is Boris
Vaisman, 37, who arrived in
Gander recently with his
wife and two children. Mr.
Vaisman, a mining engi-
neer, claimed he faced dis-
crimination in Moldova as a
"A war is going 'on," he
said in an interview with the
Toronto Globe and Mail.
"Yes, being Jewish was a
problem all the time."