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Assyrian bishop stabbed during a service in his Sydney church forgives his attacker

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Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel, the Assyrian bishop who was stabbed during a service at his Sydney church, said he was recovering quickly and that he had forgiven his attacker. The bishop's audio message came as Australian police arrested a suspect accused of rioting after the stabbing incident.