IS bride-to-be and child going back to Ireland

Lisa Smith was interviewed by the BBC in July

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Lisa Smith was spoken with by the BBC in July.

An Irish resident who became an Islamic State bride has been jailed after getting here back in Dublin.

Lisa Smith and her daughter travelled from Turkey after being deported, getting here in Ireland on Sunday.

She was jailed on arrival and it is anticipated she will now be talked to by cops about thought terrorist offences.

Plans have also been produced the care of her two-year-old daughter, who was born in Syria but is an Irish resident.

Miss Smith is a previous member of the Irish Defence Forces.

In a declaration, Irish Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan said: “This is a sensitive case and I wish to assure individuals that all relevant state companies are closely involved.”

Irish state broadcaster RTÉ has published video on social networks of her being accompanied by gardaí (Irish police) on the runway in Dublin.

The BBC interviewed her in Syria previously this year.

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Media caption Lisa Smith had rejected training ladies after becoming an IS bride

She said was not associated with fighting and did not train women to end up being fighters.

She likewise claimed she had been gone to more than once by the FBI for questioning, and representatives had taken her finger prints and DNA.

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Lisa Smith was given a south Dublin police station after her arrest, covering herself with a pink blanket.

Ms Smith had been coping with her child in a Syrian refugee camp.

The taoiseach (Irish prime minister) Leo Varadkar had actually previously stated she would ” certainly” be examined if she went back to Ireland.

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