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.
ISIS bride Lisa Smith has begged to be rescued from a Syrian refugee camp, moaning: "I'm already in prison". The former soldier wants to return On plans for her return to Ireland , a pal of Smith ’s told the Irish Sun: “They are not sure when she will be home but she must be leaving Syria soon.
Revealed: How jihadi bride trapped in refugee camp went from Irish air force to loyal member of the Lisa Smith , 37, is living in the al-Hol refugee camp with her two-year-old child She was one of hundreds of ISIS women and children to flee group's last holdout teenage ISIS bride Shamima Begum to return home.
A former friend of ISIS bride Lisa Smith has raised concerns about whether she should be allowed to return to Ireland.
Carol Duffy, who has converted to Islam, said that she is not happy about the possibility of Smith bringing her ‘ideology’ back to Ireland.
Smith is expected to return to Ireland this week with her two year old daughter after leaving the country to join ISIS in Syria.
Mrs Duffy made a number of claims, including that Smith liked the idea of wearing a traditional headscarf called a niqab because she thought it would be ‘sexy because you just see the eyes’.
'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.
LISA Smith travelled to Syria after meeting up with a top IS propagandist in 2013 — two years before she joined the terror group, a former pal After spending several months in Syria, Smith and her jihadi husband moved back to Tunisia where she stayed with his family until she decided to return to Ireland .
ISIS bride Lisa Smith will be questioned by Gardaí on suspected terrorist offences upon her return home to Ireland . Assistant Commissioner Michael O’Sullivan confirmed to RTE News that Smith can be prosecuted under the Criminal Justice Act of 2005. Under the act it is a criminal offence to engage
Speaking to Pat Kenny on Newstalk, Mrs Duffy said: ‘I think we should chuck her out.
‘Legally we could not stop her from praying but we will not allow her to participate in classes in the mosque or community centre. We don’t want that ideology.’
Mrs Duffy added that Smith’s understanding of Islam was always politically motivated before she ever converted.
‘The stuff she had been reading was a little bit out there. It was very mixed up,’ she explained.
‘She had very mixed information about Islam and even at that stage she was into politics. She spent an awful lot of time online.’
During the course of their interactions Mrs Duffy said that Smith had been married on at least three occasions.
Co Antrim teen accused of rape, blackmail and harassment in case involving five suspected victims
A judge heard he allegedly boasted to police about his computer abilities , saying that he deliberately sought out and crashed strangers’ internet games.During interviews he was also said to have stated: “All girls these days are sl**s.”The teenager is charged with 21 offences, including:rape,causing a child to engage in sexual activity,trying to blackmail one alleged victim into paying £500, and,multiple counts of possessing, distributing and inciting girls to take indecent photographs.
Deportation: Lisa Smith from Co Louth has been held in a safe house near the Syrian border with Turkey The Tánaiste said his "primary concern " is a vulnerable child and as a result he wants "to get the Ms Smith is currently being held at a safe house in Turkey have fled Syria where she travelled
Lisa wants to return to Ireland with her young daughter so she can be educated here. She claims she’s still the same person she was when she left the country. “There may need to be a prosecution there. And we’ll make sure that if she returns to Ireland , she isn’t a threat to anybody here either.”
Despite initially having sympathy for Smith who she thought had ended up with ISIS by bad luck, Mrs Duffy added: ‘How would she even get into Syria when it was a war zone?
‘That means this was definitely planned. She would have had to put things in motion to get there. How could she have got over the border?’
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.