Sister of Martyr Aram (Shaswar Jalal).
Degree: Diploma in Management.
Last position: Consultant in the Ministry of Tourism and retired in 2000 with the same rank.
On 22-02-2002, she participated in the International Conference in Paris to stop violence against women in all four parts of Kurdistan.
She has continuously worked for the Anfal areas, especially for women and children of Anfal and in 2004 she founded the organization New Life for Anfal women.
She is a member of the Campaign for the Globalization of the Kurdish Genocide and a member of the drafting committee for the compensation of the relatives of the genocide.
She was the owner of the newspaper Bargri from 1995 to 2007 and published several economic, political and social articles in general and about the women's movement in particular.
She is a member of the founding committee of the Organization for the Defense of the Rights of the Families of Kurdistan Martyrs.
In 1958-1959 he joined the Kurdistan Students Union.
She carried out political activities through the Students Union, especially after the outbreak of the September 1961 Revolution.
She participated in the formation of the Marxist-Leninist Committee through Shahid Aram and continued her personal contact with it until October 1976.
From 1977 until 1980, she worked in the group through personal contacts.
In 1980 she joined the Martyr Leila unit.
In early 1982, due to the large number of members of the class and its activities, it became a sector and at the same time she became the head of the Shahid Leyla unit.
On 12-08-1982 she was a member of the second conference of Komala Ranjdaran Kurdistan.
In 1983, she joined the ranks of the mixed organization, ie mixed cells of women and men, continued her political work.
She participated in the 1991 spring uprising and continued her political activities.
In 1994, they formed the Committee for the Defense of the Achievements of the People, in order to stop the civil war that began in late 1994.
In October 2003, she organized a congress on women and political participation in Sulaymaniyah with the participation of a number of women activists and the Kurdistan Women's Cultural and Media Center.
In June 2004, she participated in the congress of Kurdistan women's demands in London and according to a planned program, she conveyed the voice of Kurdistan women of Anfal and chemical attacks to some organizations in that country.
In April 2005, she was a member of the congress of the Iraqi Institute of Culture in Amman, which was dedicated to the issue of democracy in Iraq, freedom and equality of women.
In November 2005, she participated in a seminar on the situation of women in conflict in Oslo and conveyed the voice of Kurdistan women in general and Anfal women.
In April 2008, she attended the United Nations Conference on Women's Freedom and Equality in Amman.
Kurdistan Alliance candidate in Sulaymaniyah province for the 2010 Iraqi parliamentary elections.