In an operation program, distributed over the past few weeks in seminaries and religious girls' high schools in the West Bank and Jerusalem, youths are urged to take part in the operation.
According to the operation plan, upon the receipt of a report on an Arab Knesset member or senior officials' arrival in the Jerusalem area, the activists are ordered to take a taxi to the place, identify the official and cause him to leave through provocations and shouting.
"Begin by shouting at the target," the order states. "If the place is a restaurant or a café, one of the activists must converse with those present and urge them to join the calls, or at least leave the place in protest against the presence of an Israel enemy."
In the plan, member of the National Jewish Front party, suggest different wordings for the shouts against the Arab official, including "you're a terrorist… the enemy of the people of Israel… in any other normal country you would be in jail… get out of here."
The plan orders the activists to continue to pursue the Arab official after he leaves the place, and provides instructions on how to behave during a police investigation. Some 350 youths have already joined the program and, according to its organizers, the response is high.
National Jewish Front chairman, Baruch Marzel, told Ynet that "this is a legitimate plan which reveals the beauty of democracy. It's our right to pursue these terrorists, and we will do anything to ensure that the enemies of the people of Israel don't walk about in populated areas.
"They are separated, they are outcast, and in any normal country they wouldn’t dare show their face in the street."