After routine clashes with neighboring Palestinians, Bat Ayin settlers began marching on the Arab village of Khirbet Tzapa. IDF immediately declared the area a closed military zone, despite multiple court decisions that this action can only be taken in order to protect Jews from Arabs.
Stopped by the Jewish army, the settlers fired a few warning shots toward the Arab village. At that point, the villagers rioted and the army arrested two shooters.
Nice Jews, on other hand, don’t riot even when Arabs commit terrorist acts in their villages. The government, accordingly, feels no pressure to crack down on Arabs.