Hilltop Youth and a few haredi supporters rioted when police attempted to evacuate them from dwellings in the Hebron marketplace where the Hilltop Youth and supporters had been squatting illegally.
Watch this video of the evacuation. See the settlers wearing keffiyot to mask their faces. See the rocks in their hands. Note that the police use little force, have women officers evacuate women, and remain largely calm in the face of attacks with rocks and other weapons. Also note this from Hillel Weiss, a Bar Ilan professor and Sanhedrin member:
[Speaking to a police commander, as made clear in the video:] "May your mother be bereaved, your wife be widowed, your children be orphaned and may you be struck down in the next war and any memory of you be erased," Weiss said.
"The [Israeli] policemen are worse than the Germans. You don't expect anything from Germans, but the policemen here lost all trace of humanity and are capable of anything.
Weiss made this statement unmolested, both to the police commander and later, when he repeated it for Ynet, on video, a few feet from the evacuation. The Germans would have simply shot him dead. The Israeli police allowed him to speak, did not molest him and did not arrest him.
Weiss and other members of the so-called Sanhedrin have made similar hatelful statements in the past. To my knowledge, the Sanhedrin's president, Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, has never distanced himself or the Samhedrin from these specific remarks.
The first two people removed from the dwelling at the beginning of the video appear to be haredim; the second may be a Chabadnik.
[Hat Tip: Joe B.]