Though this handful of demonstrators is not representative of ultra-Orthodox society as a whole, it reflects a growing trend among young ultra-Orthodox men who find an outlet in right-wing protests.
"Government corruption and the alliance between the accused [Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu] and ultra-Orthodox political parties that allowed for the event cost human lives."
Following the protests, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency spoke to multiple French Jews, asking them in interviews to share their thoughts and impressions from the situation on the ground.
Wai Moe Naing, a 25-year-old Muslim, has emerged as one of the most high-profile leaders of opposition to the Feb. 1 coup that overhrew an elected government led by Aung San Suu Kyi.
A founder of the group said her United Defense Force was made up of protesters against the Feb. 1 coup who had fled crackdowns in which hundreds of demonstrators have been killed by security forces.
This is the first reporting of incendiary balloons sent from the Strip since March.
Monday night saw clashes between Palestinian youth and Israel Police erupt at different locations all over Jerusalem, as tensions intensify.
Here are four key factors that have contributed to the violence: Ramadan, Palestinian elections, Israeli politics, and Iran.
The demonstrations are to protest the French court ruling that Kolibi Traore is not criminally responsible for killing Sarah Halimi because he was smoked Cannabis.
The protest, an initiative organized by the Peace Now NGO, was held at Jerusalem's Zion Square in Jerusalem as a response to the "racist ideology" being spread across the city these past few days.