Minneapolis Man Accused of Planning to Join Isis in Jail Until Trial

A Minneapolis man will remain behind bars until his trial on charges he tried to travel to Syria to join ISIS.

Mohamed Farah is charged with four counts, including conspiracy to support a foreign terrorist group.

Prosecutors say Farah went to extraordinary lengths to travel overseas, including making two attempted trips.

He was one of six men arrested in April in an alleged plot to travel to Syria.

Farah faces up to 53 years in prison if convicted.