|1960–1961||Minister of Postal Services|
|Faction represented in the Knesset|
|1949–1951||United Religious Front|
|1951–1955||Poalei Agudat Yisrael|
|1955–1960||Religious Torah Front|
|1960–1961||Poalei Agudat Yisrael|
|Born||12 January 1903|
Łódź, Russian Empire
|Died||30 May 1961(aged 58)|
Born in Łódź in the Russian Empire (today in Poland), Mintz studied in a Hasidic Ger school, and was a member of Young Agudat Yisrael. He made aliyah to Mandatory Palestine in 1925, and worked in construction and as a printer.
In 1933, he joined Poalei Agudat Yisrael, and was later a member of the Provisional State Council. In 1949, he was elected to the first Knesset on the list of the United Religious Front (an alliance of the four main religious parties). Re-elected in 1951, 1955, and 1959, he was appointed Minister of Postal Services by David Ben-Gurion on 17 July 1960, serving until his death the following May.
The village of Yad Binyamin, established in 1962, was named in his honour.
- Binyamin Mintz on the Knesset website