Libyan Twilight is a short memoir that discusses the forgotten Jewish community of Libya. As a child growing up in Benghazi, Raphael Luzon experienced the pogrom that followed the 1967 Six Day War. The Libyan Jews were forced to abandon their homeland and seek refuge overseas as a result.
Raphael N. Luzon was born in Benghazi in 1954. He graduated in Political Science from the University of Roma, and worked in public diplomacy for sixteen years. He was also a journalist in Italy and Israel, working for Maariv, Hadashot and Radio Galei Zahal. Currently, he resides in London and manages a company dealing with Judaic cultural artefacts.