Lisa Smith has appeared in court charged with being a member of the terrorist organisation ISIS.
The 38-year-old was taken to the Criminal Courts of Justice at around 11am for the court hearing.
The court heard the Dundalk woman made no reply when the charge was put to her at Kevin Street Garda Station this morning.
Gardaí successfully objected to bail on a number of grounds.
She has been remanded to Dóchas Women's Prison to appear again on December 11th.
Her legal requested that she be segregated from the general population at the prison. Judge Colin Daly recommended that this should happen - but warned that he could make no order to that effect.
Lisa Smith has been charged with membership of the terrorist organization, ISIS.
The 38 year old has been refused bail on a number of grounds.
— Kacey O'Riordan (@KaceyORiordan) December 4, 2019
Ms Smith travelled to territory controlled by the so-called Islamic State group three years ago, but maintains she was not involved in any fighting.
The former Irish Defence Forces member was arrested at Dublin Airport after arriving on a plane from Turkey with her daughter.
She was questioned about her movements and activities abroad by members of the Garda Special Detective Unit for the third night last.
Gardaí said she was being held under the Offences against the State Act, which allows for a total period of detention of 72 hours.
Her daughter is currently being cared for by family members.
With reporting from Kacey O'Riordan at the Criminal Courts of Justice
Main image: Lisa Smith (centre, with her hand in the centre facing up - body facing down under a black cloth) is pictured in a car leaving under armed escort leaving Kevin Street Garda station in Dublin | Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie