The potential return of Irish citizen Lisa Smith from Syria to Ireland has divided her own family.
The Dundalk woman travelled to Syria three years ago to join the so-called 'Islamic State' group.
The Turkish foreign minister has been quoted as saying that two Irish people are to be deported, along with more than 20 other Europeans in the coming days.
It is understood the two Irish people refer to Lisa Smith and her young daughter.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is in the process of finalising identity papers and travel documents for the mother and child, who are both Irish citizens.
The former Defence Forces member travelled to Syria in 2015 after converting to Islam and was arrested as she was preparing to return home to Ireland.
The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has previously said she has a right to return - but he made clear that investigations into her activities will have to be carried out on her return.
There seems to be mixed feelings in Dundalk.
Newstalk reporter Barry Whyte is there.
He told The Hard Shoulder: "It was reported today that family members would accommodate the mother and her daughter in the town if she does return, but that has been met with some anger".
He says many locals have sent letters to the local county council, objecting to any return.
The editor of the Dundalk Democrat, David Lynch, says her family itself is split.
Senator Gerard Craughwell says she should be arrested as soon as she lands in Dublin Airport.
These locals also spoke to Newstalk about how they feel.