He was born in February 1931 in Mahabad. He completed his primary and secondary education in Mahabad, high school in Tehran and college of pharmacy in Tehran. He worked in this field for 25 years in Mahabad. On #27-07-1981#, he was shot in the back of the head by a mercenary. Although he sustained damage in his eyes and ears, he continued to write. He stayed in Tehran for the last 25 years and has now returned to Mahabad.
He was familiar with the tragic problems of backwardness and imprisonment of the Kurdish people since childhood. Therefore, in the summer of 1948, when he completed the third grade of secondary school, he tried to establish a second cycle in Mahabad successfully.
Before the Iranian Revolution, he tried to make Mukriyan a province and to establish a university in Mahabad. After the revolution, he worked with leftist organizations to establish Kurdistan University. However, at the beginning of the attacks, the collected aid, along with one of the signatories, was placed on the previous aid (before the revolution / held in the National Bank).
These grants were used in 1987 at the request of the governor of Mahabad to establish the Azad University in Mahabad. (Azadi University of Mahabad is one of the largest free universities in Iran).
While a university student, he began researching the reasons for the backwardness of the Kurdish people. During the Shah's regime, he could rarely write an article about the Kurds. But when he got the chance in 1974, he wrote an article entitled Marxists and War in Iraqi Kurdistan, which was published in a Tehran newspaper, Iran Nuin. Only two articles were published.
Since the beginning of the Iranian People's Revolution, he has not stopped writing to explain issues related to the Kurdish struggle. He worked hard to prevent the siege against the Kurdish people. Even a crowd of city dwellers tried to defend the civil war, but they were unsuccessful.
In response to his letters to officials and newspapers, he once received a reply from the minister of the continent and the office of Bani Sadr (early summer 1980). In Tehran, he continued with his activites, including the establishment of the Kurdish Association of Tehran (which still operates as a non-political NGO).
In early 2001, in a meeting with Dr. Javadi Hayat (Azerbaijani), Yousfi Bani Turof (Arab) was interviewed by the National Research Institute of Iran, and some of his speeches were published in two issues of the magazine. He has also been invited and interviewed by Kurdish students at many university meetings in many cities.