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"This has been DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs) led and follows months of diplomacy spearheaded by the Irish ambassador Dr Vincent O'Neill in Jordan [!]," a source yesterday confirmed.
The women were picked up by rebel fighters [?] from the Syrian National Army (SNA) before being moved to the safe house. ... The pair have been held in a Syrian rebel [?] safe house in a village on the ­outskirts of Tel Abyad, a town on the Turkey-Syria border, since they escaped from the Ain Issa detainment camp [?!] in north east Syria in early ­October.
CAPTION: This picture taken on Jan 31, 2014, and released by the UNRWA, shows residents of the besieged Palestinian [!] camp of Yarmouk, queuing to recive food supplies, in Damascus, Syria. Picture: AP Photo/UNRWA
She had been sharing a tent with the wife and Irish-born child of Isis supporter Alexandr Bekmirzaev, a naturalised Irish citizen who was captured by Kurdish [!] forces earlier this year. Bekmirzaev is being investigated by the Garda National Immigration Bureau as a result of a Sunday World investigation that found he had engaged in a sham marriage to achieve Irish citizenship.
"She went over there believing she was going somewhere peaceful, like one of those farms the Quakers [?!] have in the States [!]. But what she got was obviously very different.
RT | Dresden 2017

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