Darkenu invites the public to participate and choose who will represent them in the Knesset. “We must build a different policy, one that is built from the bottom up.”
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Our Way Movement Initiative: Open Primaries - January 25, 2021
Gathering without masks: Minister Regev celebrated an employee's birthday in her office - January 13, 2021
In the photo, published by journalist Israel Frey from Darkenu’s DemocraTV, the minister is seen sitting at the head of the table, surrounded by 13 other employees – all without masks – during a birthday celebration for one of the employees. The minister’s office explained that the minister only came by for a few minutes and even “mentioned to those present the duty to refrain from deviating from the procedures.” Still, at the same time, she did not wear a mask herself, and the COVID-19 regulations were not kept.
Miri Regev was documented violating COVID-19 guidelines - January 13, 2021
In a photo published by DemocraTV, Regev is seen with 14 employees of her office. Based on the picture, Regev and a few others present not only did not wear a mask – but also did not have one on their faces at all.
Gathering without masks: Minister Regev celebrated an employee's birthday in her office - January 13, 2021
In a report by DemocraTV journalist Israel Frey, the workers and Regev are seen wearing no masks. The participants did not maintain social distancing either and sat side by side in a tight space and dined together. This, too, is contrary to regulations.
Letter to the Minister of Interior Security - January 11, 2021
The CEO of the Darkenu movement, Yaya Fink, sent a letter to the Minister of Interior Security, Amir Ohana, demanding that he withdraws his “grave statements against the Attorney General.”
A memorial candles display for the victims of COVID-19 was erected in Paris Square, Jerusalem - November 8, 2020
The Darkenu movement placed 2,656 memorial candles to commemorate the number of people who died of the coronavirus, a number equal to the victims of the Yom Kippur War. The last candle was lit by reserve Captain Moti Ashkenazi.
Channel 12: Protest led by the Darkenu Movement in Rabin Square - October 21, 2020
The movement collected evidence of violence against protesters, and inspectors dismantled the exhibit.
"A good leftist is a dead leftist" in Rabin Square - October 21, 2020
The Darkenu movement staged a protest demonstration in Rabin Square, designed to create shock and put a spotlight on the violent discourse, they say, of right-wing politicians: “We are a moment before political assassination and we must not remain silent”.
The “Darkenu” movement holds a candle vigil in Paris Square in Jerusalem in memory of the 2,000 COVID-19 victims - October 12, 2020
The “Darkenu” movement lit 2,000 memorial candles in memory of the victims of the coronavirus in Israel in Paris Square in Jerusalem. This coincides with the screening of the victims’ quorum every evening on the facade of a building in the square.
In squares, on bridges and in convoys of vehicles: Demonstrations against Netanyahu throughout the country - October 2, 2020
Activists of the Darkenu movement began screening the updated number of dead from Coronavirus in the vicinity of the Prime Minister’s residence in Jerusalem. The organization said the updated number would join the demand to set up a state commission of inquiry to investigate the failure of crisis management immediately.
In addition, Netanyahu’s remarks will be heard in the square, according to which “a prime minister who is engrossed in investigations has no public and moral mandate to determine fateful things, because there is a real fear that he will decide on the basis of his own survival, not the national interest. “
Protest against Netanyahu: The count of corona victims will be screened in front of the Prime Minister's House - October 1, 2020
Activists of the Darkenu movement will screen on the wall of the building in front of the Prime Minister’s House in Jerusalem the daily and comprehensive death toll from the corona virus in Israel, under the heading “State Commission of Inquiry Now”.
Thousands march in Balfour: Five protesters detained after clashes with police - September 27, 2020
Simultaneously with the demonstrations in Balfour and in many places around the country, a virtual demonstration of the “Darkenu” movement took place, with more than half a million participants .
Thousands of demonstrators against the Prime Minister; Emergency regulations to limit demonstrations will not be promoted in the government - September 26, 2020
The demonstrators arrived near the prime minister’s residence in the capital and at his private home in Caesarea after traveling in convoys from around the country. Protest organizations made it clear that they would abide by the restrictions.
Convoy to Balfour and Caesarea while following the instructions: This is how they will demonstrate against Netanyahu on Saturday - September 25, 2020
The protesters’ associations have announced, in response to the government’s attempts to restrict the demonstrations, that they will continue to demonstrate while following the guidelines of the Ministry of Health. “The failing Netanyahu government has no excuses to prevent prayers.” The Movement for Quality Government is planning a convoy of vehicles for the Prime Minister’s House in Caesarea.
Angry reactions against the closure: "Delusional decision contrary to the experts' opinion" - September 24, 2020
The political system is in turmoil following the decision to tighten the blockade, and reactions are coming from a variety of opposition groups. Balfour protesters are divided: Yaya Fink calls for virtual demonstrations, while the Crimean Ministerial Movement will continue to protest despite the guidelines.
Demonstration outside Hanegbi's house - July 5, 2020
Dozens of protesters arrived in Mevaseret Zion and demonstrated near the minister’s house – which caused a stir over the weekend when he denied the economic distress in the days of the Corona. Among the signs raised: “A million unemployed is not a regret” and “If there is no bread, eat bags”.
"No to Annexation; Yes to the Economy; Yes to Security" Campaign - June 29, 2020
Last week, a demonstration was held in Rabin Square by the “Darkenu” movement against the annexation program entitled ” No to annexation. Yes to the economy, yes to security,” in which they argued that the Israeli economy should be rehabilitated from the damage caused by the corona crisis. This message was similar to what was heard today from Gantz.
Demonstration against annexation: "Give the money to the unemployed" - June 23, 2020
About 2,000 demonstrated in Tel Aviv in protest of the intention to apply sovereignty to Jewish localities in Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley. Nathan, a taxi driver who came to the demonstration, said: “The Knesset does not think of us, why were they elected?”. Tal, who has a degree in psychology and mathematics, is forced to babysit: “I would expect them to support us”.
On the day of the formation of the government: Lucy Aharish will present a news edition on behalf of our movement - May 17, 2020
The new edition will be broadcasted on social media, and the public will be able to select the content and interviewees, present questions to guests and answer surveys during the broadcast. Yaya Fink, the CEO of Darkenu, said: “The purpose of the program is to illuminate dark corners in society and strengthen Israeli democracy”.
Democrat TV: Recruitment campaign for the establishment of a journalistic venture led by Lucy Aharish - March 26, 2020
The “Darkenu” movement is launching a mass recruitment campaign to fund a pilot to establish a media channel led by and starring Lucy Aharish. Aharish “believes and hopes that this is the beginning of a new and courageous way to produce the media and press that the citizens of Israel need”.
A virtual demonstration by the “Darkenu” movement; Over 100,000 people participated - March 22, 2020
In a virtual demonstration organized by the Darkenu movement, former GSS chief Yuval Diskin said: “We are stuck with a criminal defendant who manages to close the courts with an emergency order two days before the trial opens.” Retired Supreme Court Justice Eliakim Rubinstein said: “Unlike Corona, the crisis of the Constitution is man-made”.
Half a million participated in a virtual demonstration; Diskin: Gantz must not make Netanyahu king - March 21, 2020
Due to restrictions on the public, crowds watched from home tonight in a protest defined as “the largest virtual demonstration in Israel.” Among the speakers: former GSS chief Diskin, former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevi and media woman Lucy Aharish: “Choose not to remain silent, because if a person is silent, he is a silent and frightened citizen”.
Maintaining the principle of equality or infringing on freedom of expression? - August 25, 2019
The determination of the chairman of the Central Election Commission that Darkenu is an “active body in elections” is inconsistent with the intention of the legislature, reduces the freedom of political expression during an election period and may severely harm civil society bodies.
Determining “Darkenu” as an active body in the elections constitutes a violation of freedom of expression - July 24, 2019
The ruling of the chairman of the Central Election Commission, Justice Meltzer, according to which the “Darkenu” movement is considered an active body in the elections and therefore must act in accordance with the Party Funding Law, gives the law too broad an interpretation, in a way that infringes on freedom of expression.
Judge Meltzer for "Our Way": Offers you to register as an active body according to the amendment of the law - April 2, 2019
The judge’s recommendation follows the Likud’s petition to the Electoral Commission against Darkenu. This means that if the Electoral Commission forces the Darkenu movement to register on the State Comptroller’s website – the scope of the association’s activities is expected to be reduced – following an amendment to the recent party funding law.
"The election is marked by hatred, lies and corruption, but I hope we succeed in influencing the moderate majority" - April 2, 2019
The Darkenu movement, which is supported by hundreds of thousands of Israelis, is working to strengthen the moderate majority of Israel. In the run-up to the election, we are conducting a campaign to promote a broad government that will reduce the power of extremist parties: “We believe that a moderate government can be formed to represent the majority of Israelis”.
Foley says Bronstein, director of the organization. “Imagine a government of 80 seats, no matter who founded it, no sectoral party can not squeeze or drop.” A full report ..
Expressions of hatred around the 2019 elections - March 25, 2019
The public discourse in the 2019 elections is low and offensive. Politicians are losing their temper and their statements are fueling hatred towards various publics. Get a collection of offensive statements and get to know the Israeli movement that fights the divisive discourse with all its might.
Towards different publics. Get a collection of offensive statements and get to know the Israeli movement that is fighting the divisive discourse with all its might for full reporting…