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The day after Balfour: The demonstrators against Netanyahu sum up the protest, on the way to the next struggles - Walla! news

2021-06-17T13:56:55.787Z

After more than a year of protest, in which they stood at intersections and bridges, and gathered regularly at the Prime Minister's residence on Saturday nights - the protesters believe they have a significant part in the formation of the change government. Now, many of them are already looking forward to the next public struggles. "The struggle for a fair society is just beginning"



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The day after Balfour: The demonstrators against Netanyahu sum up the protest, on the way to the next struggles

After more than a year of protest, in which they stood at intersections and bridges, and gathered regularly at the Prime Minister's residence on Saturday nights - the protesters believe they have a significant part in the formation of the change government.

Now, many of them are already looking forward to the next public struggles.

"The struggle for a fair society is just beginning"

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After more than a year of protesting in hundreds of bridges and intersections across the country, and gathering regularly on Saturday nights at his residence in Balfour - the protesters against outgoing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now believe they have a significant part in changing the government in Israel. For some, the moment of a change of government will mark the end of their activities at this stage, but for many the work is not over, and they intend to move forward in further public struggles.



"The State of Israel has survived a fall into the abyss thanks to the hundreds of thousands who have left in the last year and a half to fight for Israeli democracy in bridges, intersections and Balfour. Before left or right - the citizens deserve clean leadership, working for the good of the citizens and not for themselves," "The Black Flags."

She concludes: "We left about two years ago with a clear goal - for Israel to have a decent leadership. During this period we went through violent attacks, severe incitement from the current regime, and now we will enjoy the fruits of the struggle,



Costa Black of the Komi Israel movement was one of the leaders of the demonstrations in Balfour.

According to him, moving Netanyahu was the most important goal, but the struggle must continue.

"The current protest had one clear goal function - to change Netanyahu's regime, and in this respect it has been a huge success."

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"We will continue to be vigilant."

(Photo: Walla !, courtesy of the photographer)

"We will enjoy the fruits of the struggle", Michal Yairi Dolev (Photo: Walla !, courtesy of the photographer)

"All along there has been a deep insight that without what is happening it is impossible to promote any real change in the State of Israel, because Netanyahu is like a cork in a bottle," Black added.

"At this stage, the struggle against Netanyahu may have come to an end, but the struggle for a liberal, fair and progressive society is only beginning. For me, the real work begins the day after."



Tami Bar-Meir, chief of staff at Yesh Atid Eshkol and a resident of Kibbutz Tze'elim in the regional council, commented on the historic integration of Arabs in the government: "From a historical perspective, the most significant achievement of the protest will be creating conditions for Arab participation in government.



Bar-Meir demonstrated for almost a year at intersections in the Gaza Strip and in the south.

"I have a feeling that actually standing at the intersections contributed to the change that came," but she clarified that "it was not easy to stand up and demonstrate and absorb insults and derogatory nicknames from some of the drivers near us."

She added that "this is not our dream government, but the long-awaited change has succeeded and that is the most important thing for us. I am glad that Netanyahu is leaving, the purpose of the demonstrations was to replace the government, it is time for him to take his place."

"Not our dream government, but the long-awaited change has succeeded," Tami Bar-Meir (Photo: Walla !, Erez Harodi)

"Israel is truly first and foremost", Brigadier General (Res.) Assaf Agmon (Photo: Walla !, Ben Cohen, Megafon News)

"A sense of satisfaction and a certain degree of relief and hope", Ehrenfreund (Photo: Walla !, courtesy of the photographer)

"The Balfour protest is a masterpiece and example in the history of democracy, proving that citizens who love their homeland and are loyal to the values ​​of democracy can - by personal example, determination and inclusion of many other groups - bring about huge change in nonviolent ways against all odds," said Brigadier General Asaf Agmon, a leader of the movement "no way." He said, "Once government was sworn in, our role is to encourage and help the government, there is no doubt that it is not perfect dream of all of us to realize the hope and unity we fought for them, that Israel is really before anything else."



Ronit Arnfroind , Also one of the leaders of "No Situation", shared the feelings ahead of the change of government, after nearly a year in which she demonstrated regularly: "After about a year of stay that includes sleeping in heat, cold and rain, in the face of attacks by defendants' fans , In leading decisions in maintaining our message and activity in a balanced way, when it requires a complex and unique effort,There is a sense of satisfaction today and a certain amount of relief and hope. "



According to Ehrenfreund, it has established a framework that aims to advise and accompany the incoming government in everything related to the education system.

"The work of social rehabilitation and of all the state's mechanisms, begins now, and the work is great. Due to this, and out of the same sense of commitment in recent weeks, I established a framework of senior officials in all sectors of society, with our goal to assist the new government. saying.

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