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An Israeli Jewish man who was stabbed on Tuesday by a fellow Israeli Jew after being mistaken for an Arab spoke out against the ongoing violence gripping the occupied Palestinian territories and Israeli during an interview in Haifa, Sunday. Speaking from his hospital room, Uri Rezken criticised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for failing to prevent the escalation of tensions between Israelis and Palestinians in recent weeks. "Netanyahu is looking for somebody to blame. He should look into himself and try to realise where his mistakes are stemming from. The biggest blame is on him and from the other side - Abu Mazen [Abbas]. Each party is trying to push the blame on the other side and neither succeeds. And those who are in the middle of this are doomed - both peoples," Rezken stated. At least 42 Palestinians and seven Israelis have died in the latest round of violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.
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