The Im Tirtzu activists brought the soldiers dozens of bottles of Coca-Cola and bags of Bamba snacks.
Last week, B'Tselem called Israel an apartheid state for the first time since it was founded 31 years ago.
The activists gave out bananas in front of the court, saying that Israel is not a banana republic, and that the court is cut off from reality and considers itself an "omnipotent government."
The unnamed male suspect, from the Northern Israeli-Arab town of Daburiyya, projected the calls to violence while participating in a protest organized in support of an Islamic Jihad terrorist.
'It is not fitting that a radio station affiliated with the IDF continue to broadcast her songs'
Im Tirzu slams Israeli and Jewish academics for urging the discharge of the German government’s antisemitism commissioner, Felix Klein.
"Im Tirzu is an extremist right-wing movement," said MK Nitzan Horowitz. The organization says it focuses on social activities for the needy, elderly and disadvantaged in Jerusalem.
The billboard calls for sweeping reform of the Israeli judicial system in the wake of growing public distrust.
The lectures are a direct violation of the Council for Higher Education's ruling to reject the politicization of academia, according to Im Tirtzu.
Two protests were held at the same time, one of the Arab students, and one of the pro-Israel organization, Im Tirtzu.