Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi is the author of Original Sins (Pluto, 1992) and of Despair and Deliverance (SUNY Press, 1992).
Articles by this Author
|A "Miracle" Made in Moscow and Washington||
If the intifada has been an Israeli nightmare, upsetting a reality with which most Israelis had grown comfortable, the immigration wave of Soviet Jews to Israel which began in December may turn into a “miracle” that will lift...
|Black Hebrews in the Promised Land||
The Black Hebrews are a group of African-Americans who have settled in Israel, where their controversial presence has fed charges of Israeli racism. Who are these Black Hebrews, and why have they attracted so much attention? Ben-Ami Carter,...
|From Tel Aviv to LA||
The Manhattan telephone directory, like that of any major American city, reflects the United States’ melting pot in action. Flipping through its pages and browsing through the names of a million individuals, one realizes quickly that some...