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AustraliaThe video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians

17:32  13 august  2019
17:32  13 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN ' T be allowed to see : The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing Mert Ney, 21, was restrained by civilians after allegedly slashing throat of woman. He also allegedly stabbed a woman in the back close to city's

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The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Project host Waleed Aly has described shocking vision of a knife-wielding man rampaging through Sydney's CBD (pictured) as too 'traumatising' for the Australian public to watch The Project host Waleed Aly has described vision of a knife-wielding man rampaging through Sydney's CBD as too 'traumatising' for the Australian public to watch.

Mert Ney, 21, was restrained by heroic bystanders after allegedly slashing the throat of a woman in an apartment block and injuring another by stabbing her in the back.

Footage showed the man running down the road before being subdued near the corner of King and Clarence Street by members of the public - who used a milk crate and chairs to pin him down.

'I hope he doesn't have a bomb': Uber driver relives the terrifying moment bloodstained knifeman jumped on the roof of his car in the heart of Sydney

'I hope he doesn't have a bomb': Uber driver relives the terrifying moment bloodstained knifeman jumped on the roof of his car in the heart of Sydney An Uber driver has revealed his fear an alleged stabber was armed with explosives when he jumped onto the bonnet of his car during a rampage in Sydney.

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An emotional Waleed Aly choked back tears while calling for unity on The Project in the wake of the Aly said that because of the global increase of far-right violence in western countries he was not 'The real cause of bloodshed is the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate in the

Discussing the rampage on The Project, Aly told his co-hosts he did not think the videos of the incident needed to be broadcast.

'It must obviously help with investigations and stuff, but seeing it all unfold ... I don't know,' he said.

UK 'proud' of ex footballer at centre of Sydney stabbing rampage

UK 'proud' of ex footballer at centre of Sydney stabbing rampage As news unfurled across Australia of the deadly stabbing in Sydney's CBD, the UK woke to find it was three British men who were being hailed heroes half a world away for their roles in the rampage. Brothers Paul and Luke O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert, all from Manchester, about 330km north of London, saw the drama unfold and chased suspect Mert Ney down. They pinned him to the ground and put a milk crate over his head and a chair over his torso to stop him from escaping until police arrived. © Nine Mert Ney is held down and searched by police following a stabbing rampage in Sydney's CBD.

Waleed Aly became a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times in April 2017. He is the author of “People Like Us: Why Arrogance is Dividing Islam and the West” and “What’s Right: The Future of Conservatism in Australia” and a co- host of " The Project

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'I feel like we are being traumatised by watching it. I'm not sure that trauma helps us in any way.'

The presenter and the show's panel praised the efforts of those who stepped in to apprehend the alleged attacker, with Aly saying he would likely not have intervened were he in the same situation.

'I tried to imagine myself in it and I don't think there is any chance of me approaching, I reckon,' he said.

'As I was watching the vision, I tried to imagine myself in it. I don't think there is any chance of me approaching.

'You don't know until you're in (the situation) but I can't imagine myself doing it.'

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Discussing the stabbing spree on The Project, Aly told his co-hosts he did not think the videos of the incident needed to be broadcast in the media The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

'I was just acting on instinct': Hero bystander recounts the moment he pinned crazed knifeman to the ground using a MILK CRATE after stabbing a woman and attacking others in Sydney's CBD

A heroic bystander has managed to stop a blood-soaked man who allegedly went on a stabbing rampage at Sydney's Wynyard train station on Tuesday just after 2pm.

Sydney stabbing rampage accused expected to be charged with murder

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Waleed Aly got his big break because he went to the footy on September 11. A TRIP to the footy on The Project host and academic told Ms Corbett he was nearing the end of his law degree and had “Richmond were in the finals and I went along to see them train because it was the first time they

The Project host Waleed Aly , 37, has been hailed by Australians as a 'voice of reason' for Muslims and his impassioned speeches on current issues regularly go But Nail Aykan, the executive director of the Islamic Council of Victoria, says Aly is not just a voice of reason for Muslims but all Australians .

A man wearing a grey hoodie covered in blood and wielding a large knife could be seen yelling in the street as hundreds of people fled for their lives.

Luke O'Shaughnessy who watched as the incident unfolded, managed to subdue the crazed attacker by putting a milk crate over his head.

'It was terrifying mate, it was really bad,' his brother Paul told Daily Mail Australia.

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A heroic bystander has managed to stop a blood-soaked man who allegedly went on a stabbing rampage at Sydney's Wynyard train station on Tuesday just after 2pm

'I was just acting on instinct really. We all just kind of followed suit and just did what we could'.

'Obviously there's something clearly wrong with him, he didn't look normal or anything like that'.

'It was an intense moment. I've got a lot of emotion running high as well. It was pretty scary stuff'.

Paul O'Shaughnessy, who owns a recruitment company on nearby King Street, said they heard 'a big kerfuffle and shouting'.

'Luke, my brother, popped his head out and said 'what's going on? There's a guy holding a knife',' he said.

Police apply for forensic procedure with Mert Ney

Police apply for forensic procedure with Mert Ney Homicide detectives are seeking permission to undertake a forensic procedure with the man accused of the stabbing death of a woman inside a unit in Sydney's CBD. Police are expected to appear at Central Local Court today to apply for forensic procedure in relation to Mert Ney, who is accused of the stabbing death Sydney woman Michaela Dunn and knifing another bystander during a frightening rampage on Tuesday. A forensic procedure can include taking fingerprints, hair samples or a buccal swab, which is a swab of saliva taken from a person's mouth.

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The Project 's host Waleed Aly has come under fire on social media after suggesting people who work in administration are 'bogans' in response to Aly and Bickmore were joined on the panel alongside Peter Hilliar (far left) and Gretel Killeen (far right) to weigh in on the controversial Gumtree ad that has

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Luke O'Shaughnessy chased the attacker and managed to pin him to the ground

Police have said the alleged attacker from Blacktown in the city's west did not have links to any terrorist organisations, and acted alone.

'Information was found on him that would suggest he had some ideologies related to terrorism, but he has no apparent links to terror organisations,' NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said.

The alleged attacker is expected to be charged later on Tuesday evening.

Dramatic picture taken by a tourist in the back seat of a cab shows the crazed knifeman carrying a 30cm blade as a middle aged businessman attempts to bring him to the ground with a chair

By Hannah Moore For Daily Mail Australia

A gripping photograph shows the moment a brave onlooker holding a wicker chair prepared himself to restrain a crazed knifeman in the Sydney CBD.

The man can be seen outside the Hotel CBD on King Street, as the knifeman, believed to be about 25, clutches his knife tightly.

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pictured: The moment a brave onlooker prepares to restrain a crazed knifeman on a city road

The picture was taken by tech worker Ayusha, who was on holiday in Sydney.

'We just came across the guy with a knife on the street,' she captioned the image. 'Apparently he had some blood on his shirt. We are all safe in the car.'

Man accused of Sydney stabbing rampage released from hospital

Man accused of Sydney stabbing rampage released from hospital A man accused of murdering an escort in a Sydney unit before allegedly going on a stabbing rampage in the CBD has been released from hospital. Mert Ney was arrested on Tuesday afternoon, when he allegedly stabbed 21-year-old Michaela Dunn to death and another 41-year-old woman. © 9News Ney remains under police guard in hospital after having surgery for cuts to his legs. After police detained him, he was hospitalised and underwent a mental health assessment. The 20-year-old has now been taken to Surry Hills Police station where he is expected to be charged later today.

Waleed Aly delivers impassioned speech on The Project after Paris attacks. Aly , who is a host of Channel 10's The Project , used his platform to deliver an impassioned speech calling on The host and journalist also called ISIS an 'evil organisation', and said it must not allow ourselves to become

Waleed Aly said new citizen rules show Malcolm Turnbull is in political trouble. The Project 's Waleed Aly has claimed the government's tougher citizenship rules are Malcolm Turnbull's attempt 'I can' t see why anyone on the desk there tonight would have a problem with us restating we have an

The knifeman was seen jumping on top of a black Mercedes shouting 'Allahu Akhbar' and brandishing his weapon moments before the businessman ran towards him with a chair.

'Oi,' the businessman yelled, ready with his chair.

'Shoot me, shoot me in the f***ing head,' the knifeman yelled as he stormed through the intersection.

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Stunned onlookers were scene frozen in the street as the man with a knife began his stabbing rampage through the streets The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dramatic footage showed the man, wearing a grey hooded jumper and holding a large knife, jumping on top of a Mercedes while screaming 'shoot me in the head' at about 2pm on Tuesday, before being held to the ground by passers-by

Dramatic footage showed the man, wearing a grey hooded jumper and holding a large knife, jumping on top of a Mercedes while screaming 'shoot me in the head' at about 2pm on Tuesday.

Brave witnesses were able to tackle the man and pin his head down with a milk crate until police arrived and arrested him as hundreds of workers gathered.

In other footage, the alleged attacker was seen running down the pavement and at one point kicked a parked bicycle at a member of the public.

Police praised on Tuesday evening civilians, fire fighters and ambulance staff for preventing 'what could have been a much worse situation'.

How the Sydney CBD rampage unfolded

2pm Police receive calls about a man armed with a knife and wearing a balaclava wandering York Street in Sydney's CBD.

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And ahead of his Australian gig, the Daytime Emmy award winner and Grammy nominee had an awkward exchange with Waleed Aly . During an appearance on Thursday's episode of The Project , the American star was taken aback when Waleed said improv doesn' t require Scroll down for video .

The self-proclaimed Islamic State is weak, said Australian TV host Waleed Aly in a plea against fear and divisiveness in the wake of Friday's attacks in In a passionate segment for The Project that has been widely shared on social media, Aly called the terrorist organization known as ISIS, or ISIL, a

Officers arrive to find a 41-year-old woman suffering a stab wound at the Hotel CBD on the corner of King and York Streets.

A short time later, three members of the public detain the 21-year-old attacker, before he's arrested by police.

3.15pm The body of a 21-year-old woman is found in a Clarence Street unit.

* Police investigate whether the body is linked to the earlier stabbing.

5.30pm NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller confirms the two crimes are linked and reveals the alleged attacker - 21-year-old Mert Ney - has a history of mental health issues.

Police say the Marayong man has no links to terrorist organisations but does have some 'ideologies in relation to terrorism'.

Ney was allegedly carrying material 'about other crimes of mass casualties and mass deaths around the world', the commissioner says.

Detectives conduct a thorough search of Ney's western Sydney home.

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

One witness who lived at the apartment block next door told The Sydney Morning Herald he heard a woman screaming inside Clarence House apartments and officers then struggled to enter the building.

'The officer and the young man tried to gain the attention of those inside by pressing on multiple apartment buzzers.

'Soon after a young woman came to the door, a mobile phone in one hand. Visibly distressed, the woman appealed to the officer: 'you've got to help me.''

The video Waleed Aly says you SHOULDN'T be allowed to see: The Project host claims vision of Sydney knifeman on the run during his stabbing rampage is too 'traumatic' for Australians© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Officers on Tuesday evening were searching the alleged attacker's home in Blacktown Read more

Sydney stabbing accused only given Panadol in jail, court hears.
The man charged over last week's stabbing rampage in Sydney is struggling in jail because he has not received proper medication, a court has heard. Twenty-year-old Mert Ney sat with his head bowed as he fidgeted with his handcuffs for the duration of his 15-minute hearing today. His lawyer, Zemarai Khatiz, told the court his client had repeatedly asked for his medication to help treat his mental health problems. But so far he has received only Panadol. Outside the court, his lawyer says he was struggling in jail as he can't sleep and was suffering "insomnia".

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