Published Friday, 14 September 2012
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Reverend Richard Bryant was attacked in an alleyway close to his new church in the town centre earlier this week.
He was walking through the alleyway, approaching a gang of teenagers, when he was struck on the head from behind.
The minister fell to the ground.
It happened in broad daylight on Monday morning - yet no-one came to his aid.
Rev Bryant said the attack left him feeling pretty shaken, upset and angry.
"Onlookers who were on the street behind me could have called [to my aid] and called the police, or done something to help me, or pull me back, or stop one of these kids, ask their name or something like that.
"That didn't happen," he added.
The minister doesn't believe the attack was sectarian and says he bears no ill feeling to his attacker.
"I offer my love and forgiveness," he added.
The minister and his family only moved from America to the Co Tyrone town just over two months ago.
Police have arrested no-one to date over the attack and are appealing for information.
They are treating the incident as an unprovoked, vicious attack.