"From the first moment we had a clear belief: nothing can stand in the way of millions of people calling for change," the movement said.
WhatsApp messages ran fast and furious between members of the Talbiya and Rehavia Forum Against Demonstrations.
Many citizens living in the area expressed continued support for Netanyahu, emphasizing his strength and their unwavering belief in his leadership.
The process is expected to last a few weeks, though N12 has reported that the legal adviser for the PMO has not yet set an official date for the transfer.
"It is the time for unity among the people. For a government that will work for the citizens, will mend the rifts and put an end to the incitement and divide and conquer of the era of Netanyahu."
Black Flag protesters reportedly filed a police complaint after several people in a car gestured at them with what appeared to be a gun ahead of the protests on Saturday evening.
The Balfour residence has been a central point in Israeli politics in recent years due to the Netanyahu family’s insistence on remaining in the home even in coalition negotiations.
Whether the “Balfour” title will apply indefinitely to the Prime Minister’s Residence, or whether it will be packed in one of Netanyahu’s suitcases if and when he leaves, is anyone’s guess.
Protesters will march from the Knesset to Balfour in support of the Lapid-Bennett coalition on Saturday evening.
"Netanyahu dragged the State of Israel into a pointless war against public interest and security interests and caused great damage to Israel's security and image in the world."