On December 11, he challenged Palestinian leaders outrageously. He threatened them with war if they sue Israel at the ICC.
He contemptuously calls Palestinians "demographic threats." He wants them exiled to Jordan and other Arab countries. He endorses doing it forcibly.
On December 11, Israel's Channel 7 reported a senior Israeli military commander saying the following:
Soldiers "operating in the field (have) the option to make the appropriate decision after evaluating the situation and the amount of danger (they) and (their) colleagues are facing, and that based on (their) personal evaluation, (they) can resort to the use of live ammunition."
Virtually all Palestinian protests are nonviolent. The unnamed commander authorized shooting them in cold blood preemptively.
Soldiers already accost peaceful Palestinians violently. They use tear gas, rubber bullets, gas bombs, concussion grenades, and other weapons against men, women and children. Deaths, injuries and arrests follow.
On December 11 pre-dawn, Israeli soldiers raided three West Bank human rights organizations. Affected groups included the Union of Palestinian Women's Committees, the Palestinian NGO Network, and the Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association.
Addameer reported the following:
At 3AM December 11, Israeli forces stormed their office. Property seized included four laptops, a desktop, one hard disk, a video camera, legal files, photos, and other materials.
The office was ransacked and destroyed. Files and other materials were trashed and scattered. At the time of its report, Addameer wasn't sure about other property possibly confiscated or destroyed.
Israel trashed the offices of the other NGOs raided the same way. Numerous other Palestinian organizations were treated this way previously.
"Addameer condemns this attack on human rights and civil society organizations, and sees it as an attempt to cripple solidarity with the prisoners movement."
Ironically, it happened hours after the conclusion of the 64th Human Rights Day anniversary. Annually it's commemorated on December 10.
Addameer said it's been subjected to numerous raids, attacks, and staff arrests in previous years. On October 15, 2012, its researcher, Ayman Nasser, was violently arrested and detained.
He's outrageously charged with supporting Palestinian prisoners and calling for their freedom.
During a September 17 - October 13, 2011 prisoner hunger strike, Addameer's chairperson, Abdullatif Ghaith, was barred from entering the West Bank. The ban remains in effect.