Java needs closures

I’m sure everyone is sick of reading this same rant over and over, but I just had to add more fuel to the fire. I’m attempting to implement access privilege delegation in a JSF application - basically, users can delegate their ability to do “stuff” in our application to other users. I have a backing bean that has several methods that are called by the JSF components, returning whether or not to render that component based on security privileges. Well, I now have to make all of those methods aware of delegation! I have something like this in several methods:

boolean notX = (loggedInUser.isX());
if (notX) {
boolean result = false;
Set delegations = loggedInUser.getDelegations();
for (Iterator i = delegations.iterator(); i.hasNext();) {
User delegator = (User) i.next();
if (delegator.isX()) {
result = true;
break;
}
}
return result;
} else {
return true;
}

Now, it would be nice if I could extract the contents of that if block into a new method, say “checkDelegations()”. Unfortunately, the isX() that I need to call is different for every method following this pattern. I’d like to be able to pass a function that calls isX() on the delegator into the checkDelegations() method. No dice in Java. Does anyone else have a solution to this problem?