He was born on 23-06-1958 in the city of Erbil, South Kurdistan. As a child, he moved to Saydawa neighborhood, where in the year 1964 he went to Erbil Primary School, which was headed by Khidr Mawlood.
The talented artist Askandar Osman Jambaz was a painting teacher. And after a while, the singer Tahsin Taha came to the schools as a coach. Abdulkarim Haji, a famous athlete, was a sports teacher. The famous musician Munir taught music lessons. He then went to Saydawa Secondary School and began writing and political work. He made his debut on the theatrical stage at an early age. He became a member of the General Union of Students of the Iraqi Communist Party in the first grade. He played a prominent role in politics among the students and was persecuted by the Kurdistan Students Union (KSU) affiliated to the Ba'ath regime that was founded after the fall of the revolution. In Saydawa Secondary School, he created a wall exhibition for Kurdish teacher Ahmad Naqshbandi. He selected the subjects and published his poems, and he gave the calligraphy to Abdullah Mantak, brother of Akram Mantak, who was a good calligrapher. He also made exhibitions for teachers of physics, history, geography and English. He then went to business high school and graduated in 1979. He went first to Hungary and then to Sweden in 1981. He was a member of the Secretariat of the Kurdish Students Association in Europe, Prague, until the merger of the student associations in Berlin and became a member of the Executive Committee. He has published poems such as Dastani Rooh (Legend of the Soul), Dastani Mezhu (Legend of History), Dastani Man w Naman (Legend of Being not Being), and others. He has published a book on Kurdistan geography for students with writers Ahmad Tigris and Nasri Rezazi. He has published articles in Kurdistan magazines and newspapers and currently writes regularly on Kurdish websites. He graduated in political science and has been employed by the Transportation and Railway Company since 1988. He received the Golden Watch Award for more than 25 years of service. He is still believes in communism and social equality. He has six children named Zamand, Nawand, Sawan, Shayan, Pawan and Lena.
He currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden.