Not really. I think it is rather sad that some Israelites were demanding that Palestinian flags be removed from protests, to be honest.
I couldn't find a separate video showing Palestinian and Israeli protestors clashing (I think it was a rather short segment at the end of a BBC news video), but here's one dealing with the proposed official banning of the flag in public:
For decades that flag has stood for terrorism against Jews and a mission to destroy the state of Israel. I think organizers not wanting it at protests ostensibly about saving the state of Israel is perfectly reasonable and probably a wise political decision to boot.
An actual ban I think would be a self-defeating and misguided act, but that's why I'm glad to live in a country with a written constitutional right like the First Amendment and am wary at the last several years' arguments to weaken it in the name of safety and other excuses.
The idea of a protest against Netanyahu not allowing Palestinian flags does sound like parody (it's like a protest against Putin not allowing Ukranian flags), except for the part where it's not hard to believe.
Being anti-Netanyahu doesn't make you pro-PA/Palestinian, but I'm sure Bibi would love for that to be the message.
In other news...
I hope Israel continues to degrade Iran's capabilities in the region.
The strike hit near a security complex around which Syria's ally Iran has installed bases, two intelligence sources said.
It was not immediately clear whether the Israeli strike was aimed at a specific individual, but two Western intelligence sources said the target was a logistics centre in the building run by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).