Israel's Palestinian Peace Partners Now Refusing to Meet with Jews

Who has the Apartheid State again?

"If it ends in Stein or Field, that's a giveaway." "If it ends in Stein or Field, that's a giveaway."

When Obama visited Israel he said, "Of course, Israel cannot be expected to negotiate with anyone who is dedicated to its destruction. But while I know you have had differences with the Palestinian Authority, I believe that you do have a true partner in President Abbas and Prime Minister Fayyad."

Abbas has since forced Fayyad to resign. Or maybe it was Kerry. Abbas has declared that he shares Hamas' position and his Palestinian Authority that is supposed to grow into a Palestinian State is refusing to meet with Jews. Not just Israelis... Jews.

"We will approve the meeting on condition there are no Jews."

This is what you are likely to hear these days if you request a meeting with any senior Palestinian Authority official in the West Bank.

Palestinian journalists who try to arrange meetings or interviews with Palestinian Authority representatives for Western colleagues have become used to hearing such things almost on a daily basis.

Just last week, for example, a journalist who requested a meeting between Western journalists and a top Palestinian Authority official was told "to make sure there were no Jews or Israelis" among the visitors.

The official's aide went on to explain: "We are sorry, but we do not meet with Jews or Israelis."

Another Palestinian journalist who tried to arrange an interview with a Palestinian Authority official for a European colleague was turned down "because the man's name indicates he is a Jew."

In yet another recent incident, a Palestinian Authority ministry instructed its guards to "prevent Jewish reporters" from attending an event in Ramallah.

Who has the Apartheid State again?