Gardaí probe suspected jihadi cell led by two Chechen brothers in west of Ireland

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Gardai are investigating a suspected Islamic State terror cell based in the west of Ireland.

The “organised terror cell” is headed by two Chechen brothers who have been living in Ireland for a number of years.

Senior sources have revealed that gardai have been monitoring the activities of the eight-man cell for a number of months.

The suspected Islamic extremists, who live in various rural locations, are being investigated for using An Post and courier services for ‘dummy runs’ to send items to the war-torn Middle East.

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