Children at the al-Hawl  camp, which is saturated by civilians fleeing Baghouz, the last pocket in Syria held by Islamic State. Photograph: Laurence Geai/Le Monde

Unlike many western European countries, the State has taken a relatively benign approach to the question of what to do with jihadists returning from S(...)

Then taoiseach Bertie Ahern before boarding the Government Jet at Casement Aerodrome in April 2008 with Lisa Smith on the extreme right. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins, Dublin

An Irish woman, suspected of involvement with Islamic State in Syria, cannot legally be stripped of her citizenship, security and justice sources say.(...)

Shamima Begum (19) in a Syrian refugee camp reading a copy of the UK home office letter stripping her of British citizenship. Photograph: ITV News/PA Wire

It was, former US chief justice Earl Warren remarked, “a form of punishment more primitive than torture”. For Voltaire, it was not only irrational but(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has already moved to revoke the citizenship of Ali Charaf Damache who was convicted last year in the US for supporting Islamic terrorism.  Photograph: Garrett White/Collins Photo Agency

Naturalised immigrants facing revocation of citizenship are not entitled to legal aid under a new system established by the Department of Justice. A (...)

In 2014 the man’s  most recent application was refused by then minister for justice Frances Fitzgerald on the basis of “national security”. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Supreme Court is to hear the case of an Iranian man living in Ireland for nearly 30 years, who has been denied citizenship based on “secret eviden(...)

A  Syrian Democratic Forces fighter keeps watch  in Hajin, in the Deir Ezzor province, eastern Syria, on December 15th, 2018. File photograph: Getty Images

A group of Dublin-based Isis fundraisers was collecting money in the Republic and sending it to the terrorist group in Syria while staying below the r(...)

Ali Charaf Damache is serving a 15-year sentence in a maximum security facility in the United States. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Irish citizen convicted of providing support to Islamic terrorists is taking a High Court case against Government attempts to strip him of citizens(...)

Ali Charaf Damache leaving court in Ireland on July 16th, 2013. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Algerian-born Irishman man accused of recruiting an American woman known as “Jihad Jane” in 2009 and who originally pleaded not guilty to a US char(...)

Ali Charaf Damache was arrested in Spain in 2015 after a High Court judge refused a US extradition request in 2015. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Algerian born Irish citizen accused by the United States of conspiring to support terrorists made an initial appearance in a federal court in Phila(...)

The house built by the Murrays at Faughan Hill, Bohermeen, Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Supreme Court has given a Co Meath couple 12 months to demolish a house they built more than a decade ago in “flagrant breach of the planning laws(...)

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