Mr Molloy is originally from the village on the Laois-Kildare border He is believed to have gone to school at Ardscoil na Tríonóide in Athy, Co Kildare.
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Over the past 18 months, hundreds of Westerners have joined Kurdish, Assyrian and other military units in the fight against Isis.
Before leaving to fight, Mr Molloy told his family he was going to Turkey to undertake humanitarian work.
His parents are now understood to be concerned about him and want to secure his release.
He was arrested by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) last Friday along with two Britons, Joe Akerman and Jac Holmes, as they tried to return home.
Mr Molloy and his friends had allegedly entered Iraq illegally from Syria. The group was promised help from the KRG, but when that didn't materialise they allegedly tried to make their way across the border on their own.
According to the ' Sunday Times', the men had been fighting with a Syriac Christian group, the MFS, which is allied to the Kurdish YPG in the fight against Isil.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is working with British counterparts on the case.
Irish diplomats are understood to have decided it would be best if the British Foreign Office worked for the release of all three men.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving following a crash in Salford .
It happened on Cromwell Road in Pendleton at around 8.35am this morning.
According to GMP, a black Vauxhall Corsa was seen driving at speed through the area by patrols.