I Wonder How the Pro-Pal Activists Who Accuse Israel of “Apartheid” will React to This?

Ha’aretz:

The future independent Palestinian state will not include a Jewish minority, a top Palestinian official told USA Today on Wednesday, adding that it was in the best interest of both peoples to “be separated.”

I think we all know the answer, which is that it will (a) have no effect on their political views re Israel-Palestine; and (b) not stop them from using the false charge of “apartheid” against Israel (just as the fact that before the Second Intifada activists accused Israel of improperly integrating the Palestinian population into Israel didn’t stop the same activists from criticizing Israel for doing the exact opposite when that became the more politically convenient charge).

UPDATE: As I elaborate upon in the comments, my point is that the pro-Palestinian activists in question is using an argument against Israel that they don’t really believe in; you know that they don’t believe it because they don’t apply the same principles to their “side.” If Israel, with a 20% Arab minority with full citizenship rights, which only started to physically separate from the non-citizen population of the West Bank after a years-long murderous terrorist campaign emanating from there, is a beyond-the-pale apartheid regime, what would/should one say about a rival nationalist movement that can’t even contemplate having a Jewish minority living in its territory?