Poet (b. 1965, Kirkuk / Iraq). He attended primary, secondary and high schools in Kirkuk. He completed his higher education at Mousul University, Faculty of Physical Education. Between 1992 and 1996, he worked as a teacher of physical education in Kirkuk. During these years, he produced and presented sports programs on Kirkuk Television. In 1996, he moved to Turkey. Between 1999 and 2002, he worked as the Turkey correspondent of Türkmeneli Radio, Television and Newspaper, which made Turkish broadcasts in Northern Iraq. He is a member of the Iraqi Union of Teachers and Writers of Literature (1993), the Union of Radio, Cinema and Television Workers of Iraq (1995), the World Union of Young Turkish Writers (vice chairman and general coordinator, 2000), the Anatolia Professional Association of Owners of Scientific and Literary Works, the Professional Association of Scientific and Literary Work Owners of Turkey, the Azerbaijan Union of Writers and the Writers Union of Turkey.
During the years he lived in Iraq, his poems and prose were published in the newspaper Yurt, which was published in Baghdad, and in the reviews Kardeşlik and Birlik Sesi (1989-96). After he moved to Turkey in 1996 his works appeared in the reviews Kerkük, Kardeşlik, Yesevi, Anasam, Duygu Seli, etc.
BIOGRAPHY: Şehit Şair Kemal Ömer Beg (The Martyr Poet Kemal Ömer Beg, Kirkuk, 1992).
POETRY: İki Gönül (Two Hearts, 1997), Suçum Türk Olmaktır (My Crime is to Be Turkish, 2000).
ANTHOLOGY: Türkün Sesi (The Voice of the Turkish, Azerbaijan, 2001).
RESEARCH: Türkmeneli Edebiyatı (Literature of Türkmeneli, 2005).