Another Violent Knife Attack in Sydney, Australia Two Days Apart

ER Editor: This report follows on from the stabbing and death of half a dozen people by a 40 year old schizophrenic man, Joel Cauchi, at Bondi Junction shopping centre outside of Sydney on Saturday afternoon. The attacker was shot and killed within the mall by an armed, uniformed police inspector. See —

Six killed, knifeman dead in attack at Bondi Junction shopping centre, Sydney

Here are some tweets on the vicious public stabbing of an Assyrian Orthodox bishop, Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel in the western suburbs of Sydney (Wakeley) today (April 15) during an early evening service —

APRIL 16 UPDATE – apparently the knife somehow malfunctioned, which didn’t make it a stabbing after all. Thankfully. The bishop has survived.



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Bishop allegedly stabbed by 15yo boy during service in Sydney, while three others also injured

Sydney is rocked by another stabbing rampage with a priest and worshippers attacked at Christ the Good Shepherd Church in Wakeley


A bishop and several worshippers have been attacked in another stabbing rampage to rock Sydney, as riot police were called in to quell mounting tensions in the city’s west.

Assyrian religious leader Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel was preaching at Christ The Good Shepherd Church in Wakeley in Sydney’s west on Monday just after 7pm when a man dressed in a dark hoodie walked up to the altar and allegedly stabbed him multiple times.

Horrifying footage of the incident, which was being broadcast live on the church’s YouTube page, shows Bishop Emmanuel look up in astonishment as the attacker suddenly rains down blows on his face and head.

The alleged attack sparked unrest outside the church as a crowd of up to 2,000 gathered in protest, hurling bottles and bricks at a hastily-erected police barrier as chants of ‘an eye for an eye’  and ‘bring him out’ could be heard.

Several police officers were injured in the riot and multiple patrol cars were left with smashed windscreens and windows.

The attacker was being held by cops for his own safety inside the building.



Sydney convulsed by riots after priest stabbing

An unidentified man attacked an Assyrian Orthodox bishop during a service on Monday


Clashes have broken out between members of the Assyrian Orthodox community and police in Sydney, Australia after a knife-wielding man attacked and stabbed a prominent cleric on Monday.

Sydney convulsed by riots after priest stabbing

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, hundreds of people gathered outside the church, presumably believing that the perpetrator was still inside. A police riot squad and a helicopter were quickly deployed to the area in an effort to contain the crowd.

As tensions rose, the mob began throwing projectiles at the officers, with authorities reporting that two officers were “injured and a number of police vehicles sustained damage.”

One of the officers is said to have been “hit with a metal object and sustained a twisted knee and a chipped tooth,” while his colleague ended up with a fractured jaw after being struck with a brick.

Both have been taken to a hospital.



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