Raghad, the eldest daughter of former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, has been declared wanted by the country’s security services.
She is on the “most wanted list” of 60 people released on Sunday, on suspicion of belonging to the Islamic State group, al-Qaeda or the al-Baath Party.
Raghad has denied being a member of ISIS.
According to Saudi-owned Al Arabiya TV channel, she has vowed to confront those who “insult her” by suing them back.
Raghad fled to Jordan along with her sister, Rana, and their children in July 2003.
Since 2006, she has been on the list of those the new Iraqi government is seeking to prosecute for supporting violence.
However, the Jordanian government has turned down the request by Iraq to hand over Raghad, insisting that to do so would violate Arab traditions of hospitality.