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Greenacre drive-by shooting target brother of notorious Skaf pack rapists facing serious charges

Younger brother of notorious Skaf pack rapists ‘was the target of drive-by shooting at his family home’ after being charged with carrying a loaded gun in public

  • Gunshots fired into Skaf family home in Sydney’s south-west on Sunday night
  • Pack rapist Mohammed Skaf lived in the house after release from jail last year
  • It has also been home to younger brother Hadi, his parents and an older sister
  • Police were called to Greenacre address after reports of shots being fired
  • Mohammed Skaf and older brother Bilal were jailed for a series of pack rapes

The alleged target of a drive-by shooting at the family home of the notorious Skaf pack rapists in south-western Sydney is facing serious criminal charges.

Hadi Skaf is the younger brother of Bilal and Mohammed Skaf who were jailed over a series of gang rapes in the lead-up to the 2000 Olympics. 

The 23-year-old is believed to have been the target of a shooting at the family’s  home in Valencia Street, Greenacre on Sunday night. 

He is currently before the courts charged with being armed with intent to commit an indictable offences, possessing a loaded firearm in a public place and being carried in a stolen car. 

The alleged target of a drive-by shooting at the family home of the notorious Skaf pack rapists in south western Sydney is facing serious criminal charges. Hadi Skaf (above) is the younger brother of Bilal and Mohammed Skaf who were jailed over a series of gang rapes in 2000

Hadi Skaf is believed to have been the target of a shooting at the family’s home in Valencia Street, Greenacre on Sunday night. The 23-year-old is charged with being armed with intent to commit an indictable offences and possessing a loaded firearm in a public place

The youngest Skaf sibling is due to appear in Bankstown Local Court to have his bail reviewed this week. 

His current bail conditions include that he surrender his passport, not go within 500m of any point of international departure and report to police once a day.

He is not to be absent from his Greenacre address unless in the company of one of his parents, or for the purpose of attending work or TAFE.

He must not possess more than one mobile phone, access any encrypted device or use apps including WhatsApp, Wickr or Signal. 

Hadi was arrested in October with four other men in a car park at Bass Hill in relation to an alleged conspiracy to kidnap, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Police were called to the single-storey Skaf residence just after 9pm on Sunday after reports of shots being fired at the property. 

Police were called to the single-storey Skaf residence just after 9pm on Sunday after reports of shots being fired at the property (above)

Police were called to the single-storey Skaf residence just after 9pm on Sunday after reports of shots being fired at the property (above)

A vehicle was seen driving from the address (above) moments after the shooting, according to a New South Wales police spokesperson

A vehicle was seen driving from the address (above) moments after the shooting, according to a New South Wales police spokesperson

A vehicle was seen driving from the address moments after the shooting, according to a New South Wales police spokesperson.

‘There have been no reports of injuries,’ the spokesperson said. ‘However, NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to treat a woman for the effects of shock.’

Images from the scene show police speaking with residents and officers scouring the street for evidence.

A PolAir helicopter was seen flying overhead as police established a crime scene at the property.

The house is usually occupied by parents Baria and Mustapha Skaf, son Hadi and daughter Noora. 

The house (above) is usually occupied by parents Baria and Mustapha Skaf, son Hadi and daughter Noora. Older son Mohammed Skaf lived there after his release from prison

The house (above) is usually occupied by parents Baria and Mustapha Skaf, son Hadi and daughter Noora. Older son Mohammed Skaf lived there after his release from prison

Mohammed Skaf (above) was part of a gang of Lebanese-Australian youths led by older brother Bilal who rampaged through the city's south-west in August and September 2000

Mohammed Skaf (above) was part of a gang of Lebanese-Australian youths led by older brother Bilal who rampaged through the city’s south-west in August and September 2000

Mohammed Skaf was living there with his family upon his release from prison in October last year after serving 21 years for his crimes.

He had been part of a gang of Lebanese-Australian youths led by older brother Bilal who rampaged through the city’s south-west in August and September 2000.

At least six women and girls were held against their will and repeatedly sexually assaulted in four attacks perpetrated by the gang.

One woman was raped 25 times by 14 attackers at three locations as she was called an ‘Aussie pig’ in an ordeal that lasted six hours.

Mohammed Skaf, who was convicted in relation to two of the rapes, was 17 at the time of the offences and is now 39. 

His brother Bilal was almost 19 and is now 41. He is still in jail. 

SKAF GANG RAMPAGE: A TIMELINE

Bilal Skaf (above) will be eligible for parole in 2033. He is serving a minimum term of 28 years with a maximum of 31

Mohammed Skaf (above) was released from Long Bay jail in October last year after more than two decades behind bars

Mohammed Skaf (right) was released in October last year. Bilal Skaf (left) will be eligible for parole in 2033. He is serving a minimum term of 28 years with a maximum of 31

August 10th, 2000: Two teenagers (one 17 and the other 18) were offered drugs. They were taken by car to the gang, who were waiting at Northcote Park in Greenacre.

They were forced to perform sex acts on eight men.

August 12th, 2000: Mohammed took a 16-year-old friend to his brother and friends. Bilal and another male raped the girl in front of 12 men.

August 30th, 2000: Woman known only as Ms C was raped by Mohamed who told her he was going to ‘f**k her Leb style’.

She was taken to a separate location and raped and assaulted by 14 men for for six hours.

September 4th, 2000: Two girls were attacked at a train station and taken to a home where they were assaulted by three men over a five hour period.

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