Contributor Archives: Moises F. Salinas

About Moises F. Salinas

Dr. Moises Salinas is a professor of psychology at Central Connecticut State University. He was a winner of the 2004 WZO Herzl Centennial Award. His latest book “Planting hatred, Sowing Pain: The Psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” (Greenwood/Praeger) will appear in May 2007.

International Conference: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Pathways to Peace

By Moises F. Salinas First International Academic Conference “Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Pathways to Peace” March 28-30, 2008 CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS DUE  NOVEMBER 30, 2007 Sponsored by: Central Connecticut State University Jewish Academic Network for Israeli-Palestinian Peace American Task force for Palestine …

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Palestine: Occupation, Not Apartheid

By Moises F. Salinas Equating the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories to South African Apartheid does a disservice both to the Palestinian cause and to the progressive movement. As a young Jewish human rights activist growing up in Mexico …

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How Zionism Was Hijacked by the Right

By Moises F. Salinas Today, in campuses all over America, Zionism is readily associated with conservatism, imperialism, the Bush administration and a host of other right wing movements. Many progressive historians are fond of showing that Zionist history was imperialistic …

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