Skip to comments.Palestinians: "No Jews Allowed!"
Posted on 06/27/2013 5:31:11 PM PDT by george76
The next time U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visits Ramallah, will he actually violate U.S. law to make sure there are no Jews among his entourage, lest he upset his Palestinian hosts?
"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."
(Excerpt) Read more at gatestoneinstitute.org ...
Wish he had the balls to tell them to go F themselves!
The same viciously NAZI-like attitude characterizing
the US State Dept and Obama
that rejoice at the murders of Klinghoffer by Arafat
(whose statue is in the US State Dept),
and the Olympic Atrocities funded by Abbas.
Since Kerry has claimed Jewish blood in his family line, maybe he won’t be allowed into “Palestine”. Actually, for the first time, I agree with the bigots. I wouldn’t let him into my country, home or outhouse, either.
This is gonna be fun if anyone actually covers this story.
Pretty funny coming from a people who really don’t exist.
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