Zainab Oye 12 & aisha Oye 9 both from Clonsilla during a Not in Our Name protest against Islamic State (IS) on O' Connell Street, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Irish jihadi terrorists, suspected to have fought for Isil, have returned to Ireland and are being monitored by the gardai's counter-terrorism unit, the Sunday Independent can reveal.
Muslim leaders have condemned the circulation of Islamic State leaflets in church newsletters in Co Westmeath as a "deliberate attempt" to spread anti-Muslim hatred.
A picture illustration of an Islamic State flag
Omaima, Fatima and Somaia Halawa sisters of Ibrahim Halawa who is awaiting trial in Egypt. Photograph: The Irish Times
Claims that because American planes can refuel at Shannon airport, Ireland is aiding terrorism. <br />
The Central Bank has warned that the Irish funds industry needs to do more to tackle the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing.
A CONTROVERSIAL and highly influential Muslim religious leader, banned from Britain and US, is holding a five-day conference in Ireland with top Muslim clerics from here and abroad.
A prominent Muslim cleric has claimed that Islamic extremists are congregating in two of the 26 mosques across the country.
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