Saddam Jamal is a member of ISIS terror group. His former bodyguard, Abu Abdullah, said that Saddam held the mother and father at gunpoint and forced them to watch as the other members of the terror group beheaded their children, one by one. Despite the propaganda showing them as "leaders of Muslims", ISIS commanders are pragmatists, motivated more by money and power than religious ideologues, Abu Abdullah said. “The ISIS commander felt no sympathy for killing this Syrian family,” he added, “nor did he believe he was fulfilling a God-given task. For him being a member of the terror group was a matter of business, not faith. "Starting with the thirteen-year-old boy, they lined up the sons according to their height and murdered them one by one," Abu Abdullah said.