He was born in the village of Awla Fati near the mountains of Kandenawa in the city of Erbil in the year 1949. He moved to Erbil in 1975 and completed his primary, secondary and high school education in Erbil. He was active in the ranks of the Kurdistan Students Union and a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Youth Union. He has been involved in children's literature since 1972. In the late 1970s, he joined the Marxist-Leninist Movement, which was the belief of Mao Zedong he was active among students at Baghdad University. In 1974, he participated in the armed struggle in the September Revolution. In 1975, he led a main line of Komala in #Erbil# . In the early 1978s, he was in charge of the Martyr Brahim Azo Committee in Erbil He was a member of the local leadership of Komala until the summer of 1980. He went to the mountains and became a member of the leadership of the Kurdistan Ranjdaran Association until the first conference in 1981. He was active in the Voice of the New Iraqi Revolution station. In the winter of 1981, he was in charge of the Shaqlawa organization sector of Komala, which covered the borders of Erbil. In late 1982, he became a member of the headquarters in Warte and was in charge of media. He was the editor-in-chief of the magazine Peshmerga and Raperin during the mountainous period. He was one of the founders of the Kurdistan Writers Union. He was one of the founders of the revolutionary flag in 1985. He went to Europe in 1990 and is married with four daughters and one son. He returned to Kurdistan in 2003 and worked in the Martyrs Institute. He is now retired.