BENE BERAK (bĕn'ĕ bē'răk, Heb. benê beraq). A town allotted to the tribe of Dan (Josh.19.45). Its modern counterpart is represented by Ibn Ibrak, a few miles SE of Jaffa.
BENE-BERAK bĕn’ ĭ bĭr’ ăk (בְנֵֽי־בְרַ֖ק, sons of Barak, lightning). Mentioned in Joshua 19:45 as a town located in the territory of Dan. It is identified with the modern el-Kheiriyeh, one of the NW suburbs of Tel Aviv. It was one of the Palestinian cities conquered by Sennacherib.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A town in the territory of Da (Jos 19:45), represented by the modern village Ibn Ibraq, about an hour Southeast of Jaffa.