A previous Irish soldier, who ended up being an IS bride-to-be today lives in a Syria refugee camp with her child, says she wasn’t associated with battling and did not train ladies to become fighters.
Lisa Smith joined the Islamic State group aged 33, after separating her spouse because he did not desire to follow.
She’s being held, along with her two-year-old child, in a camp for IS ladies and kids.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has currently shown Lisa Smith would be enabled back in Ireland, however a security assessment need to rule her out as a hazard first.
Lisa Smith informed the BBC’s Anna Foster she’s been visited more than as soon as by the FBI for questioning, and they have actually taken her fingerprints and DNA.