The 46-year-old also known as 'Little Saddam' is dealing with designs she claims are inspired by Iraq, her evil father and her late husband, Hussein Kamel al-Majid, whom her own dad murdered in 1996.
Late Saddam Hussein's daughter Raghad Saddam is now hoping to become one of the biggest jewelery designers in the world.
According to Daily Mail, the 46-year-old also known as 'Little Saddam' is dealing with designs she claims are inspired by Iraq, her evil father and her late husband, Hussein Kamel al-Majid, whom her own dad murdered in 1996.
Despite the fact that her father remains one of the most notorious dictators in the world, and she's a woman who has openly pledged her support for ISIS, 'Little Saddam' hopes to prove with her new jewelery range.
Reasons why she decided to delve into the jewelery business are still unknown but the peices are found in one of Jordan's finest jewelery stores and includes rings, bracelets and necklaces and also features a £1,000 pendent in the shape of Iraq, MailOnline reports.
'My dad Saddam Hussein gave me this turquoise many years ago and I kept it safe until three years ago,' revealed Raghad in a sales brochure for her wares.
'I chose to place it in this bracelet and create a similar design for those who like this design and want to keep it.'
The source of her wealth is also not yet known but some sources in Jordan - where she has lived as a 'guest' of the royal family since leaving Iraq - believe she is being funded by her hosts, much to their annoyance.