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Author Salinas, Moises F., 1966-

Title Planting hatred, sowing pain : the psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict / Moises F. Salinas.

Published Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2007.

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 UniM Bail  956.94054 SALI    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxviii, 166 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents In the beginning : stereotypes, prejudice, and other misconceptions -- An interview with Ana, who lives in Tel Aviv -- An interview with Soha, who lives in Jenin -- Hate : the psychology of extremism, dehumanization, and violence -- An interview with Itamar, who lives in Bat-Ayin -- An interview with Hussein, who lives in Nazareth -- Pain : trauma and the psychological consequences of conflict -- An interview with Ron, who lives in Northern Israel -- An interview with Ibrahim, who lives in the West Bank, in the Palestinian territories -- Hope : reconciliation and the psychology of peace -- An interview with Abu Muhammad, who lives in Gaza -- An interview with Yoav, who lives in Haifa -- App. The Geneva accord.
Summary "As renewed hatred pumped the people of Israel and Palestine in summer 2006 fueling a flurry of bombings, kidnappings, and murders, author Moises Salinas continued research and interviews for this book in those nations. In Planting Hatred, Sowing Pain, the psychology professor explains why it often seems this conflict that has been raging more than 70 years is illogical. While in recent years both groups have basically agreed on the broad parameters of a peace agreement, the fight still continues. Salinas argues that the obstacles to achieving a solution are not just political, but also psychological. He shows that just as disagreements over borders, refugees, and settlements keep the parties from the negotiating table, so do psychological factors including mistrust, hatred, stereotypes, and prejudice."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1993- -- Psychological aspects.
Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1993- -- Public opinion.
Jews -- Israel -- Interviews.
Jews -- Israel -- Attitudes.
Palestinian Arabs -- Interviews.
Palestinian Arabs -- Attitudes.
Public opinion -- Israel.
Public opinion -- Gaza Strip.
Public opinion -- West Bank.
Israel -- Ethnic relations -- Psychological aspects.
ISBN 9780275990053 (alk. paper)
0275990052 (alk. paper)