The return to Ethiopia of the Twelve Tribes of Israel

@article{Bonacci2016TheRT,
  title={The return to Ethiopia of the Twelve Tribes of Israel},
  author={Giulia Bonacci},
  journal={New West Indian Guide},
  year={2016},
  volume={90},
  pages={1-27}
}
Twenty-eight years ago, F.J. van Dijk published in the New West Indian Guide what remained for a long time the only scholarly paper on the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Undoubtedly the largest Rastafari organization both in terms of membership and international expansion, the Twelve Tribes of Israel remains little known in public and academic circles. This article fills two major but closely related gaps in Van Dijk's seminal article. The first is information on the formation and history of the… 
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