Benny Tsedaka

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2. Biography (150 words)

Benyamim (Benny) Tsedaka, is the charismatic Head of the Israelite Samaritan Information Institute. He is a humanitarian historian, with more than 100 books and 2000 articles published. His works include The Israelite Samaritan Version of the Torah: First English Translation, Compared with the Masoretic Version (2013).

Each year, Benny dedicates two months to lectures abroad. Click for details of his latest Lecture Tour. Some slots are still available on his latest tour. To book please contact Hannah

3. Israelite Samaritans

The Israelite Samaritans trace their presence in the Holy Land for 127 consecutive generations. Through the ages they have preserved their unique ancient Hebrew language, culture, costume, cookery, music and religion. Today they are living history, respecting and observing their tradition. Elements of their heritage have been absorbed by other cultures. Israelite Samaritans are a bridge for peace. They are the root of the four Abrahamic religions: Samaritanism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. See elsewhere on this site for more information.

4. More Biographical Information – download here (pdf, 107 kB)



See this page for more detailed biographical information about Benyamim Tsedaka.


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