From the article: "Meanwhile, The Jerusalem Post learned that the riots on Shabbat had been far worse than originally reported, and that in addition to the rocks and epithets hurled at journalists and other bystanders, haredim had broken into a synagogue on Intel's premises, thrown prayer books to the floor and used prayer stands to bash in the doors."
It's been a while since my yeshiva days, but breaking and entering has to be a violation of some kind of malacha. (malacha = action not allowed on sabbath). Don't tell me that it's not.
Since breaking and entering is a violation of Shabbat, it begs the question, is the haredi rioting about religious piety, or about wanting control?