He was born on #21-01-1964# in a village near The Black Mount near Mawat, when Osman Ozeri was the political leader of the Khabat Force, However, in the summer of 1963, when the Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan was established, he went to the station and continued his struggle there. After the assassination of Osman Uzeri in the summer of 1966, he moved to Baghdad with his mother Parwin Aziz Rasul Beg and his uncles, he graduated there until the end of 1985 with a diploma in physiotherapy. In 1979, he joined the Kurdistan Ranjdaran Association in Baghdad. A year later, he became an active member of the organization, by 1984, he stopped working with the organization. At the end of 1985, he joined the Peshmerga forces and continued his struggle as a brigade doctor in the 31st Brigade of Sulaymaniyah. In 1986, he joined the 37th Brigade of Sharbazher, and in the summer of 1987, when he returned to the PUK leadership area in Zewiya village, he was bombed by chemical weapons, he was seriously injured and was treated in Bargalo hospital for several months. He was disabled for a long time due to the severity of his injuries that affected his vision, chest and breathing. In 1992, he moved to Ukraine and settled there. He learns Arabic, Russian and Ukrainian very well. He translates the poems of Shivchenka and Siminenko from Ukrainian into Kurdish. He translates the poems of Mandelstam and Yesinin from Russian in the monthly magazine Shiir, published in Sulaymaniyah in 2018 these poems were published. He translates an important booklet of Rodenko from Russian into Kurdish entitled The Sad Rhythm of Funeral among Soviet Yazidi Kurds. In 2020, he published a series of articles about Kurdish writers in Soviet in the Kurdistan Nwe newspaper.