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Muslim cleric gives update after alleged Dublin assault

The Chairperson of the Irish Muslim Council, Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri, has given an update on his condition following an alleged assault in Dublin, and said that he is feeling much better.

Writing in a social media post on X, the senior Muslim cleric said: “I am grateful to report that I am feeling much better, although eating remains a challenge”.

Dr Al-Qadri said he was attacked after he met two people at a prearranged meeting in Tallaght last Thursday night.

He added that has since found his Secrid wallet which contains pictures of his late parents.

“On a positive note, I have found my Secrid wallet, which I had believed to be lost during the attack. Although my bank cards have been cancelled, the most precious items in my wallet – photos of my late beloved parents – were thankfully not lost.

“I had informed the gardaí that my wallet was missing, leading to the incident being classified as a robbery and assault. If any items are missing, they are treated as evidence of robbery.

“This will now be treated as a serious assault case rather than a robbery and assault,” Dr Al-Qadri said on X.

Gardaí have confirmed that they are investigating a robbery and assault, which occurred in Tallaght on Thursday and that one man required medical attention following the incident.

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