According to the statement, Renwa Rasmi Muhammad Shanawi, 22, from Judeida-Makr east of Acre, was arrested last month after she returned to her city.
While being questioned by the Shin Bet, Shanawi admitted that she had contacted a Syrian citizen who had suggested that she come to Syria and join the ranks of Jabahat al-Nusra.
According to the indictment, Shanawi first began viewing Jihadist content on the Internet in 2017.
When she arrived in Turkey she threw away her Israeli SIM card and purchased a Turkish SIM card, which also allowed her to make calls in Syria. She then spent several days in Istanbul, during which she phoned a member of the Jabhat al-Nusra organization who instructed her to go to Antakya and from there to the Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Syria.
Turkey is the gateway to the entry of terrorists into Syria and Iraq and is the gateway to the return of terrorists from these countries to their countries.
Turkey is currently supporting Jabhat al-Nusra in Idlib and there are 12 Turkish military posts in the areas controlled by it and Turkey is strongly defending it, which is why it is in disagreement with its ally Moscow in Syria.