The final objective of the Israeli regime in the so-called peace talks is to clear the Occupied Territories of ethnic Palestinians, an analyst tells Press TV.
Mark Glenn’s remarks on Press TV come amid “informal” talks between US Secretary of State John Kerry and acting Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas in London for the first time after the US-brokered Israeli-Palestinian talks collapsed last month.
“This is just theatrics, all of this talk of peace negotiations and two-state solutions, this is just something that is meant to pacify people to keep people moving along the process towards what is the eventual complete ethnic cleansing of Palestine and beyond,” said Glenn.
He said the Zionist regime is seeking to control the eastern shores of the Mediterranean as well as “everything between the Nile and the Euphrates River.”
Glenn said no concrete result could be expected from the so-called peace talks unless the United States stops supporting Israel financially, diplomatically and militarily.
“Until that is cut off, until that plug is pulled out of the outlet in the wall, you’re never going to be able to bring Israel to heel,” he said.
The analyst said the United States would simply cut aid to Israel if Washington was “truly interested in bringing an equitable situation to bear in the Middle East.”
“But, unfortunately, this is not going to happen because whether it’s politicians on the left such as [President Barack] Obama or whether it’s politicians on the right, they are still beholden to the same money interests in this country,” he said.
On May 15, 1948, Israeli forces displaced some 750,000 Palestinians, forcing them to flee to different neighboring countries.
Israeli soldiers also wiped nearly 500 Palestinian villages and towns off the map, leaving an estimated total of 4.7 million Palestinian refugees hoping for an eventual return to their homeland.