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How romance and fascination with dark side of Islam led Lisa Smith from Dundalk to Raqqa

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Lisa Smith and Al Qaeda fighter Ahmed, who she wed in her third Islamic marriage.

Lisa Smith and Al Qaeda fighter Ahmed, who she wed in her third Islamic marriage.

Lisa Smith

Lisa Smith

Lisa Smith and Ahmed

Lisa Smith and Ahmed

Tania Joya

Tania Joya

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Lisa Smith and Al Qaeda fighter Ahmed, who she wed in her third Islamic marriage.

The woman who appeared at the mosque in Dundalk had a very specific request. She wanted to convert to Islam, she explained. Moreover, her interest wasn’t a passing phase. She wanted to be all in, fully transformed, as quickly as possible.

The advice given to her was to take it in stages,” a member of Dundalk mosque told the Irish Independent.


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