Israel regime an advanced garrison for US in region: Moroccan journalist
A Moroccan analyst describes Israel as an “unnatural entity” that is “planted” in the region to represent American interests and cause escalations.
“Israel is an unnatural entity based on expansion, and it does not have standards of a state,” Driss Addar remarked. “It is an advanced military garrison for America, which is the hidden state of the Jews of Khazaria.”
The Moroccan journalist describes Israel an arrogant expansionist regime that is established based on annexation and expansionism.
The following is the entire text of the interview conducted and published by the Tehran Times:
“Q: How do you see the decision of some Arab states like the UAE, Bahrain, and Sudan to normalize ties with Israel?
A: There are multiple reasons for each government, although the context that paved the way for Arab states to normalize their relationship with Israel was apparently the same.
But before answering your question, I would like to point out that regarding Morocco the step of normalization of ties was taken within the framework of joint Arab action and settlements based on the two-state solution.
The Moroccan step differs in terms of context and historical motives and also even the content of the statement issued in this context.
That is why the Palestinian Authority treated the Moroccan decision differently, in contrast to its position on the Abraham Accords, which was rejected by Morocco too.
The Arabs today are pushed into a corner, and their interaction with their geopolitics is limited to be a spectator or the functional tool for other powers.
So the Emirates’ normalization of ties with Israel is based on promised goals within the framework of building an Israeli-(Persian) Gulf coalition to confront Iran after America portrayed Tehran as an enemy.
In this concept, the previous friend becomes the enemy and the enemy becomes a close friend who is welcomed.
Israel and the United States are aware that geography in the East is senseless after the creation of chaos, breakup plans, and proxy wars, and today they are investing in this reality, with the certainty that the idea of a new Middle East has become impossible after Syria’s victory over a terrorist war that was imposed on it.
With the emergence of Russia as a new international power and Iran as a large regional power, the current U.S. administration wants to cripple the next administration by forming an Israeli-(Persian) Gulf alliance to prevent a U.S. return to the nuclear deal or laying landmines for Biden.
Q: Why did Morocco accept to normalize relations with Israel? It seems that there were informal relations with Israel before the announcement of normalization.
A: Morocco provides an explanation and justification for this normalization step and this agreement is limited to the transfer of the Moroccan community and a set of exchanges between the two sides.
Not to mention America's recognition of the Moroccan Sahara, it contributed to this step while other countries do not have these incentives, which makes the Moroccan situation different.
Morocco has been playing a mediatory role in the past and wants to continue it now. In the context of the change in the regional system and the escalations over the Palestinian issue, Morocco adopted a different viewpoint that sees itself as more capable for mediation than Egypt or Jordan.
Here Morocco has determined an agenda, including finding a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Here we are not talking about the best way to achieve consensus within the framework of an official Palestinian demand; the point here is related to Morocco, as it started from the beginning and after the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on a political solution and in the same framework that was agreed upon in the Arab world and in the (Organization of) Islamic Cooperation, that is the two-state solution.
So, Morocco has set an agenda realizing that the people reject the normalization of ties with Israel. So it did not call it normalization, but a statement that all wait for the implementation of the demands mentioned in it.
Morocco does not want to exclude the Palestinian cause but rather stated that this issue is equal to its national causes.
The issue is explained clearly in detail. So it is a conditional agreement that pledges a just solution to the Palestinian issue.
Moroccans are monitoring the progress of the agreement. Hence, unlike other forms of normalization, there is no signal of disregard or humiliation for the Palestinian cause in Morocco.
The agreements between the Arabs and the Israeli regime were raised under initiatives and joint actions, while this is a conditional initiative and not a blank check.
Morocco hopes that all parties in the conflict succeed in finding an opportunity for a fair settlement approvable by international, Arab, and Islamic communities, otherwise it will not be applicable. Any initiative needs to take into account the Palestinians’ rights to succeed.
I guess what is expected from this agreement is something greater than what is carried out by states that have fully normalized ties with Israel.
Over the years of conflict, the Israeli regime neither abides by UN resolutions nor Arab initiatives, and the siege on the Palestinian people is continuing.
This is something that cannot be overlooked. Morocco had officially closed the contact office during the second Palestinian uprising (Intifada) in 2000.
The issue here is not who will join the normalization process or not. We must seek the possible conditions to facilitate a comprehensive and complete peace in the Middle East (West Asia).
What distinguishes Morocco is that it has a large community within Israel and also officials in the Israeli government are still associated with their Moroccan origins.
Therefore, Rabat considers it an opportunity to resolve the conflict in a context that is under regional and international pressure.
Arabs are living in a difficult situation and Morocco is part of the Arab world and is concerned with resolving the Palestinian issue and considers it as a red line.
What happened is a conditional connection to mediate between Israel and Palestine. It is not a full normalization, because it would not be possible before settling the Palestinian issue.
Here we had to pause at the difference between contact mechanism, which is a pre-condition for any mediation, and full normalization that cannot be achieved in the absence of a solution.
Rabat says that the agreement does not compromise on the Palestinians’ legitimate rights.
Official Moroccan position has not changed as it sticks to a two-state solution. However, Morocco accepted conditional contact, clearly and within an agenda that approves the Palestinian cause in the context of its first national priority, which is contrary to the content of the Abraham Accords.
Q: Do you think that the normalization will benefit the Islamic and Arab worlds? Do you expect Israel to give up its expansion plans after the normalization of relations?
A: What I said is an explanation and not a justification, and therefore it falls within the framework of understanding the political possibilities.
But strategically it will not change the situation at all, because the problem is very deep, as we face a blockage in the proposed solutions.
Even the two-state solution is a long story presented a long time ago, but it is not practically possible. Given the Israeli rejection and the impossibility of the two states' existence in this small geography, in which this Israeli regime was planted, this small area cannot host two states in terms of history and religion.
Therefore, it is not possible to expect significant results from normalization unless we go beyond the limits of the current static situation.
Israel is an unnatural entity based on expansion, and it does not have standards of a state. It can even be said that it is an advanced military garrison for America, which is the hidden state of the Jews of Khazaria, according to Tatiana Grachova, the Russian writer and author of the book “Hidden Khazaria”.
Consequently, this regime is established on expansionism, and this is the main reason for escalations in the region.
Despite Israeli arrogance, in the political process, one can only talk about an attempt to besiege and embarrass this regime.
Q: Don’t you think that Saudi Arabia would join others to normalize ties with Israel sooner or later? What will be its impact on the rest of the Arab countries?
A: The recent signals hint that Saudi Arabia will join the normalization process.
I don't think that the Saudi normalization will create a different atmosphere or will have more serious repercussions rather than the previous steps in normalization. The main goal of these countries is forming an alliance with Israeli to surround Iran. The rest of the Arab countries, especially those close to the conflict zone, are in a different position. With the exception of Syria, whose position is clear on Israel as an enemy, the rest of neighboring Arab countries not only prefer to support normalization of ties with Israel but also support aggression against the resistance axis and occupied Palestine.
Q: Now how would you describe the position of Arab countries, governments, and people toward the Palestinian cause?
A: It is no longer possible to address the path and options of Arab policies.
But no one is against the right of the Palestinian people to resist the occupation, especially in its difficult circumstances.
Now the question here is how can the demands of the Palestinian people be fulfilled to confront Israeli malicious policies?
If you focus only on the dark reality of our region, you will see that the Palestinian cause is in its worst condition, but a strategic vision will say that the facts suggest important changes in favor of the Palestinian cause.
Rather, the victory of Syria, and the achievements of the resistance axis, is the most important cards that can hinder the deal of the century.
This deal cannot be passed without eliminating the Lebanese resistance and overthrowing the Syrian state, the two goals that were not achieved by the resistance of the nations of the region."