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Ireland ISIS bride Lisa Smith due to fly back to Dublin next week, sources claim

12:55  15 november  2019
12:55  15 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Lisa Smith allegedly tried to secure passage home by providing info on 'extremist family living in Dublin'

  Lisa Smith allegedly tried to secure passage home by providing info on 'extremist family living in Dublin' Smith, 38, is now believed to be reluctant to return to Ireland as she may face charges and will be unable to travel overseas .The former Aer Corps member and naturalised Irish citizen Alexandr Bekmirzaev claim to have met the family in ISIS terror capital Raqqa. © ITV Lisa Smith had appeared on ITV on a video posted online in which she claimed to be British The father, who came to Ireland after facing pressure in his native country, has Irish citizenship.He previously told locals he “wanted to live a more Islamic life” but is tight-lipped over his movements between 2014 and 2017.

Smith is a former private in the Irish military who travelled to Syria to join ISIS in 2015Credit: Social Media - Refer to Source . Despite her military training, she claims never to have fought for ISIS , though is suspected of helping to train younger women in combat.

Lisa Smith , 37, has lost her husband and is now living in the al-Hol refugee camp (where she is Next . Revealed: How jihadi bride trapped in refugee camp went from Irish air force to loyal member Lisa Smith , 37, 'was a party girl who enjoyed a good time' before she went through a bad breakup

a person wearing a costume: Lisa Smith © CNN Lisa Smith

ISIS bride Lisa Smith will return to Ireland next Tuesday, the Irish Mirror has learned.

The former Air Corps member from Dundalk, Co Louth, was one of two people from this country deported from Turkey earlier this week due to her involvement with the terror group.

Sources claim the 38-year-old will arrive in Baldonnel Aerodrome in Dublin.

A spokeswoman for the Department of Foreign Affairs said: “In accordance with longstanding departmental practice we do not comment on ongoing consular cases.”

Last week, officials from the department were deployed to the border region of Turkey in order to assist with the repatriation of the former Air Corps private.

'All sorts of questions' to be answered 'if and when' Isis bride Lisa Smith returns - Tánaiste

  'All sorts of questions' to be answered 'if and when' Isis bride Lisa Smith returns - Tánaiste THERE will be "all sorts of questions around radicalisation" to be answered "if and when" Isis bride Lisa Smith is brought back to Ireland, Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said. Mr Coveney has confirmed that Defence Force personnel are in Turkey to help negotiate their former colleague’s repatriation to Ireland, along with her two-year-old child.

ISIS bride Lisa Smith attempted to negotiate her return home with information on a family in Ireland who have links to the terror group, sources claim . The mother of one travelled to Syria three years ago to join Islamic State. Smith , 38, is now believed to be reluctant to return to Ireland as she may face

ISIS bride Lisa Smith wants to return to Ireland (Image: MIRROR/ITV). Mr Murphy said Smith had not done anything wrong under Irish law and said Dublin should have followed a 2017 European Union directive and made it illegal to travel to ISIS -controlled territory.

Members of the Defence Forces and the Army Ranger Wing, its special forces branch, also assisted in the operation.

Smith’s family said they believe she is innocent and are prepared to care for her two-year-old daughter if she is arrested upon arrival in Ireland.

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UN Human Rights experts have ‘grave concerns’ over ISIS Bride Lisa Smith’s safety .
Human rights experts from the United Nations (UN) have expressed ‘grave concerns’ over Lisa Smith’s safety in both Ireland and Turkey. It is believed that the so-called Isis Bride is one of two Irish ‘terrorists’ that will be deported from Turkey in the coming weeks. It is believed that the so-called Isis Bride is one of two Irish ‘terrorists’ that will be deported from Turkey in the coming weeks.

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