A Philadelphia woman has been charged with planning to go overseas to join ISIS.
The government says Keonna Thomas, 30, researched travel routes to Turkey and bought a plane tickets in late March.
She allegedly posted support for ISIS on Twitter, writing, "If we truly knew the realities ... we all would be rushing to join our brothers in the front lines pray ALLAH accept us as shuhada [martyrs]."
Court documents say that after applying for a passport, she told a friend that she would deactivate her Twitter account "till i leave for sham [greater Syria] ... don't want to draw attention of the kuffar [non-believers]."
She is accused of being in touch through the Internet with an ISIS fighter in Syria. Asked if she wanted to be involved in a martyrdom operation, she responded, "that would be amazing ... a girl can only wish," prosecutors say.
This article originally appeared on NBCNews.com.