From 1948 through early June 1967, Jews were forbidden to enter Jerusalem's Old City and were barred by an Arab army from praying at or visiting the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, Judaism's holiest site.
Yesterday, haredim in the Mea Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem burned the flag of the reunited city of Jerusalem while they waved a Palestinian flag.
It was Jerusalem Day – the holiday celebrating the reunification of the city and Jews' restored right of access to their holy sites.
Many ultra-Orthodox Jews reject Zionism and oppose holidays that commemorate Zionist victories – including Jerusalem Day.
Some take that opposition to extremes:
[Hat Tip: Burich.]