Philadelphia Woman Accused of Trying to Join ISIS

A Philadelphia woman was busted Friday morning for expressing her sick devotion to ISIS.

Keonna Thomas, also known as Fatayat Al Khilafah, was asked by a terrorist in Syria whether she wanted to be part of the group's martyrdom operation, the Department of Justice said in a press release.

"That would be amazing ... a girl can only wish," Thomas allegedly responded.

Thomas also wrote on Twitter, according to the Department of Justice: "If we truly knew the realities ... we would all be rushing to join our brothers in the front lines pray ALLAH accept us as shuhada [martyrs]."

According to the complaint obtained by the Daily News, Thomas re-posted on Twitter a photo of a child with a AK-47 assault rifle around his neck, with the statement: "And if I were in Shaam [Greater Syria], I wouldn't be pleased till I became soldier of the Islamic State."