Writer (b. 28 March 1920, Geneva / Switzerland). He is the son of Suphi İleri. He graduated from Haydarpaşa High School (1939), İstanbul University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics (1943). He worked as a teacher for a while at secondary schools in İstanbul. He was a member of the executive board of the Turkish Workers Party.
He published his articles in Servet-i Fünûn, Yeni Adam, Ses, Gün, Markopaşa, Geveze, Karanlığa Işık reviews and in the review Emekçi (1965-1966), of which he was part of the management. He edited the Kurtuluş review, which Dr. Şefik Hüsnü and his friends had published, in the new alphabet (1977). He was arrested and discharged a few times because of his book translations that were seen as contradictory to article 142 of the constitution.
Kooperatifler (Cooperatives, 1945), Ekonomik Doktrinler (Economic Doctrines, 1945), Kapital (Das Kapital, summary from K. Marx, 1965), Atatürk ve Komünizm (Atatürk and Communism, 1969), Kurtuluş (Liberation, 1975), TKP Gerçeği ve Bilimsellik (Reality of the Communist Party of Turkey and Being Scientific, 1976), Mihri Belli Olayı (The Mihri Belli Incident, 2 volumes, 1976), TİP’te Oportünist Merkeziyetçilik (Opportunist Centralism at the Turkish Workers Party, 1985), 27 Mayıs Menderes’in Dramı (27 May, The Drama of Menderes, 1986), Türkiye İşçi Partisi’nde Oportünist Merkeziyetçilik (Opportunist Centralism in the Workers Party of Turkey, 1986).
His translations have also been published.