Chaos in Sydney: Bishop and Worshippers Get Mixed Up in Yet Another Terrifying Knife Fiasco

Samantha Parker By Samantha Parker Jun6,2024

Frank Carbone, Mayor of Fairfield, told Sky he believed the Bishop would be okay after being taken to hospital.

He said: “Bishops and priests, they’re very very important in our community. They only preach love and peace and to have this happen to one of them is horrific.

“However, I understand a lot of members in our community are really distraught but what is important is, I believe, that the bishop has been taken to hospital and should be okay.”

Sky News Australia reports that riots broke out on the streets of Fairfield – a western suburb of Sydney – in the wake of the alleged attack, with the mayor calling for calm.

Mr Carbone said: “I do call for calm. Police will do their job and please let’s not make the police’s job any harder.

“We live in difficult times right now… so I can understand frustration and the anger from the communities but I ask them, as the mayor, just to please be calm.”

Samantha Parker

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2 thoughts on “Chaos in Sydney: Bishop and Worshippers Get Mixed Up in Yet Another Terrifying Knife Fiasco”
  1. It’s truly distressing to hear about the chaos in Sydney. The safety of our religious leaders must be a top priority. Such incidents undermine the message of love and peace they strive to spread. Let’s hope the Bishop makes a quick recovery and that the community can find solace in this challenging time.

  2. Is there any information on the motive behind the attack on the Bishop? It’s really concerning to see such violence in the community.

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