Members of the public called police when they heard the shots.
After an investigation of several months, officers arrested Mr Baradaaji on Wednesday and charged him with shooting with intent to murder, firing a gun near a public place, possessing an unauthorised firearm, possessing a prohibited weapon without a licence and hindering the discovery of evidence.
He briefly appeared in Bankstown Local Court where bail was formally refused. He will appear in the same court in March.
“We can’t exactly say what the motive was. The [alleged] use of firearms … just can’t be tolerated in our community,” Chief Inspector Sly said.
Lebanon issued an arrest warrant for Mr Baradaaji in absentia in 2015 on allegations of fundraising for jihadists, the ABC reported.
Following Mr Baradaaji’s arrest on Wednesday, investigators arrested Fayez Kannan, Walid Obeid and Bellal Ammouri on Thursday morning.
All three were charged with being accessories after the fact of shooting with intent to murder, hindering the discovery of evidence and concealing serious indictable offence.
They appeared in Bankstown Local Court on Thursday and were refused bail.
None of the alleged home invaders have been arrested yet, with police sources saying the four men had not been forthcoming about why they could be targets of a shooting.