Max: I think what you are saying is 'over the top'. These people were (it seems) Israeli citizens. What is wrong then about calling them 'Israeli'. They were not on 'jihad' - whatever you may mean by this? (I think you are just scare-mongering: you know that jihad is something quite different. The Israeli equivalent would be 'zionism'. Let's keep clear of these terms as they are too emotional and racist.) Were they 'pro-Palestinian'? Probably: but what is wrong with that? Or were they just against random killings, as seems to have happened at Bilin?
Netanyahu condemns West Bank arson attack, calling it 'terror' (Haaretz)
from the article: 11 Israeli activists arrested after protest at home of U.S. ambassador