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Stabbing Near Dublin School Sparks Riots and Controversy

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Children and Adults Stabbed Near Dublin School

Five people, including children, were stabbed near a school in Dublin, Ireland, on Thursday by a suspect whose identity has not yet been released. Three children and two adults were taken to a nearby hospital with stab wounds. Their condition is unknown.

Reports Suggest Perpetrator is Algerian Immigrant

There are reports that the perpetrator behind the stabbing is an Algerian immigrant. This information has fueled tensions and controversy surrounding the incident.

Riots Break Out in Dublin Following Stabbing

Riots broke out in Dublin later that night after news spread that the perpetrator was an Algerian migrant. The situation escalated as rioters torched a Holiday Inn, which was reportedly housing hundreds of illegal migrants in the city.

Young Girl Discharged from Hospital

A 6-year-old girl, who had head injuries, has now been discharged from the hospital. Another 5-year-old boy was discharged on Friday.

Irish Parliament Takes Precautions

In response to the riots, the Irish Parliament has built a wall around their building to protect the ruling elites from potential violence. Garda Commissioner Drew Harris visited officers at the Irish Parliament where steel fencing has been erected. Water cannon is among the tactics available if there is a repeat of violent scenes.

Algerian Migrant Has History in Ireland

The Algerian migrant reportedly lived in Ireland for years before the vicious attack. This detail raises questions about the individual's background and potential motives.

Controversy Surrounds Media Coverage

The incident and subsequent riots have sparked controversy regarding media coverage. Some argue that the focus should be on the victims and their recovery, while others criticize the media for their handling of the situation.

Irish newspaper front pages the day after the horrific stabbing spree by an Algerian migrant have added fuel to the fire, with people expressing frustration and anger towards the media.

As the investigation continues, tensions remain high in Dublin. Stay tuned for updates on this ongoing story.