The bikie rebels stabbed in the neck and chest with homemade weapons & # 39; in a brutal attack on the prison since four prisoners are segregated
- Police are investigating an alleged attack on the prison at the Wellington Correctional Center
- Zaidoun Al-Majid allegedly stabbed with & # 39; weapons made in jail & # 39; by fellow inmates
- The former Rebels senior biker remains a serious but stable illness in the hospital
- The police and prison services of New South Wales are investigating the alleged incident
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
The police are investigating a alleged prison attack that left a former rebel biker fighting for life.
Zaidoun Al-Majid, 32, was allegedly stabbed in the neck and chest with "weapons made in jail" by other inmates during an altercation at the Wellington Correctional Facility, near Dubbo, in the central west of New Wales from the South, around noon on Saturday.
A spokeswoman for Corrective Services of New South Wales told Daily Mail Australia that she was transferred to Westmead Hospital with serious injuries, where she remains in a serious but stable condition.
The ex-biker of the Rebels Zaidoun Al-Majid was allegedly stabbed by other prisoners
Four inmates are now in segregation while they and the police are investigating the alleged incident.
Corrective Services NSW commended the staff for their immediate response and efforts during the alleged incident.
"Our staff did an excellent job of helping the inmate and providing first aid until the health professionals arrived," said Acting Commissioner of Corrective Services, Rosemary Caruana.
A former senior member of the Rebels chapter in Liverpool, Al-Majid was jailed in connection with a series of gun crimes in 2016, The Daily Telegraph reported.
He will spend another six months behind bars after he was convicted of scuffling and using a mobile phone while in jail and will be launched in March 2020.
Corrective Services NSW confirmed the alleged stabbing at the Wellington Correctional Center (pictured) on Saturday
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