Gardai are continuing to question a man in connection with terrorist offences.
One man has been released without charge after two suspects were arrested in Dublin yesterday.
Detectives from the garda Counter Terrorism International Unit swooped on two men in Co. Dublin yesterday.
They arrested the suspects, an Algerian man in his 30s and a Moroccan man in his 40s.
It's understood they were picked up on suspicion of transferring money from Irish bank accounts to the Islamic State terror group.
4 searches were carried out in Swords, Stepaside, South Circular Road and Trim Co. Meath with laptops and financial documents seized.
The men were taken to Blackrock garda station for questioning.
The Moroccan man has since been released without charge with a file being prepared for the DPP.
Gardai are still questioning the Algerian suspect, he can be held for up to 24 hours.