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Ben Ammi Ben Israel

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Ben Ammi Honoured in Ghana for his teachings

Country Awards Council Ghana has Honoured H. E. Dr Ben Ammi ---With Lifetime Achievements Award in Accra.
The Country Awards Council Ghana (CACG), a youth, women and children development Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has awarded the Anointed Spiritual of Israel, H.E Dr Ben Ammi Ben-Israel, LTAAR, FGNAHAF, with Lifetime Achievement Award, The order of hero's honour of valor and bravery of service to humanity, natural order study and the creation of a new form of humanity in global history at an impressive ceremony in Accra.
The Country Awards Council, Ghana
Press Release | Tue, 16 Mar 2010

The Country Director of CACG (Country Awards Council Ghana) stated that Ben Ammi "has helped bridged the gap between spirituality and development like no other leader before in global history, in the process creating new and progressive options for successfully building communities and projects based on enduring righteous, African cultural principles."

Who is Ben Ammi Ben Israel

Ben Ammi Ben Israel (Hebrew: בן עמי בן-ישראל‎) established the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem in Chicago, Illinois, in 1966. In 1969, after a sojourn in Liberia, Ben Ammi and about 30 Hebrew Israelites moved to Israel. Over the next 20 years nearly 600 more members left the United States for Israel. As of 2006, about 2,500 Hebrew Israelites live in Dimona and two other towns in the Negev region of Israel, where they are widely referred to as Black Hebrews. In addition, there are Hebrew Israelite communities in several major American cities, including Chicago, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.

The teachings of Ben Ammi ( Books and writings )


The Hebrew Israelite Community

The Hebrew Israelite Community introduces the African-Americans who are members of the Hebrew Israelite Community in Israel from a sociological and anthropological perspective. This community has passed through several phases since its beginning in Chicago in 1963 as the followers of a charismatic leader, to the 'Black Africa' movement in Liberia, a millennial cult, to a utopian community. The spiritual leader of this community, Ben Ammi provides a foreword to the book. The author begins with an introduction to the Black Americans and their children who are members of the Hebrew Israelite Community in Israel that provides a description of the social structure and activities of the community. He moves into a discussion of the holistic lifestyle of the community that includes high moral standards, communal sharing, and the production of clothing from natural fibers, as well as the unique system of preventive health care. The well defined structures of both the society and the family, including the place of priests and women are presented. Most of all the author emphasizes the importance of the community and its place within the larger world.

The Hebrew Israelite Community [Paperback]

The Hebrew Israelite Community

Paul A. Hare (Author),
Ben Ammi (Contributor),
A.Paul Hare (Contributor),
Yadah Baht Israel (Contributor),
Fran Markowitz (Contributor),
Hagit Peres (Contributor),
Immanuel Ben Yehuda (Contributor)

The African American Experiences

"Wealth is to have your own Land, Language and Culture! Where is the Land of the African American? What is the Language? And, Where is the Culture of the people?"

The African American Experiences is a collection of Black Studies to understand the Past, Present and Future of the People called African American!

Sam Cooke

Sam Cooke sang a song with these words "It's been a long, a long time coming but I know a change gonna come, oh yes it will".

President Barack Obama spoke these words "Yes, we can. Yes, we can change. Yes, we can."

The Anointed One Ben Ammi spoke these words "The Change Has Come!"


The African American Religious Experience in America (The American Religious Experience)

Most who think about African American religion limit themselves to black churches, or perhaps to aspects of Islamic thought and practice. But a close look at the religious landscape of African American communities presents a much more complex, thick, and layered religious reality comprising many competing faiths and practices. The African American Religious Experience in America provides readers with an introduction to the tremendous religious diversity of African American communities in the United States, with snapshots of 11 religious traditions practiced by African Americans—from Buddhism to Catholicism, from Judaism to Voodoo. Each snapshot provides readers a better understanding of how African Americans practice their faiths in the United States.

The African American Religious Experience in America (The American Religious Experience)


From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History

Since it was first published in 1980, From Generation to Generation has inspired thousands to pursue the unique challenges and rewards of Jewish genealogy. Far more engaging than a mere how-to reference guide, this landmark book is also part detective story and part spiritual quest. As Arthur Kurzweil takes you along on his own fascinating journey through his family’s past, you’ll learn about the tools, techniques, and the step-by-step process of Jewish genealogical research – including the most current information on using the Internet and the newly accessible archives of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. But even more, after reading this fully updated, revised, and beloved classic, you will undoubtedly be inspired to embark on a genealogical quest of your own!

From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy and Family History


Strangers in the Land: Blacks, Jews, Post-Holocaust America

In a culture deeply divided along ethnic lines, the idea that the relationship between blacks and Jews was once thought special--indeed, critical to the cause of civil rights--might seem strange. Yet the importance of blacks for Jews and Jews for blacks in conceiving of themselves as Americans, when both remained outsiders to the privileges of full citizenship, is a matter of voluminous but perplexing record. It is this record, written across the annals of American history and literature, culture and society, that Eric Sundquist investigates. A monumental work of literary criticism and cultural history, Strangers in the Land draws upon politics, sociology, law, religion, and popular culture to illuminate a vital, highly conflicted interethnic partnership over the course of a century.

Sundquist explores how reactions to several interlocking issues--the biblical Exodus, the Holocaust, Zionism, and the state of Israel--became critical to black-Jewish relations. He charts volatile debates over social justice and liberalism, anti-Semitism and racism, through extended analyses of fiction by Bernard Malamud, Paule Marshall, Harper Lee, and William Melvin Kelley, as well as the juxtaposition of authors such as Saul Bellow and John A. Williams, Lori Segal and Anna Deavere Smith, Julius Lester and Philip Roth. Engaging a wide range of thinkers and writers on race, civil rights, the Holocaust, slavery, and related topics, and cutting across disciplines to set works of literature in historical context, Strangers in the Land offers an encyclopedic account of questions central to modern American culture.

Strangers in the Land: Blacks, Jews, Post-Holocaust America


America's Secret Weapon And The Emergence Of Mr. Barack Obama: A Promise of Survival before the Last Days & the Emergence of Mr. Obama

"And the Word in Torah still reminds us all of The Elohim’s (God´s) promise to a group called “the remnant”. And yet, one man, Barack Obama has been given to America by the Elohim of Israel, chosen from the group called “The Chosen People”—and he after rising to become the most powerful man in the world—virtually coming from out of nowhere—is now called upon to remind the world of the Elohim’s Grace to America—and he also “does not know who he is” and why he has been given a gift considered special! We may voice or write extended entries on religious concepts ranging from the Holy Spirit, sin, fornication, immorality, ethics, and grace to baptism—but we should never forget where we came from as people. Worldwide, we need to repent and pray to the “Almighty” for forgiveness, for only he can straighten out the mess we are all now in. We are all brothers and sisters, no matter what skin color you are, what religion you practice, and no matter where you come from.Each chapter in this book relates to the behavior of a special group of people and their connection to the weather (which some boldly call nature), the violation of the land called Mother Earth, the treatment of the “Chosen People” (a forgotten group that the world did not consider important and a people who still do not know who they are; that the Elohim silently still perceives as being special)."

America's Secret Weapon And The Emergence Of Mr. Barack Obama: A Promise of Survival before the Last Days & the Emergence of Mr. Obama




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