He was born in 1945 in KirkukKirkuk
and completed his primary and secondary education there, but the oppression of the regime and his dedication to political struggle did not allow him to continue his education.
Martyr Anwar joined the ranks of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in 1959 and soon became known as an active and capable cadre. Before that he had a great role in the Students Union in development of other students in Kirkuk.
In 1963, he was imprisoned due to his actions by the regime and after his release, he settled in BaghdadBaghdad
to hide from the regime's intelligence agencies.
While in Baghdad, Anwar worked as a worker in a state factory and was constantly engaged in intellectual and political struggle.
He also published several articles in the newspaper Al-Noor and wrote a book in Arabic on the Republic of MahabadMahabad
but unfortunately he couldn’t publish it.
This intellectual and revolutionary worker soon became acquainted with Khala Shahab and other comrades and made great sacrifices in the establishment of Komala Ranjdaran.
In 1975, he was arrested after a secret line of Komala was revealed.
Martyr Anwar was the same resistant and pioneering role of the new revolution in prison. When they were sentenced to death along with Khala Shahab and Martyr Jaafar, this brave son showed a high example of a revolutionary man and taught the most beautiful lesson of struggle to the generations of the last days.
Martyr Anwar was executed on 21-11-197621-11-1976
along with Khala Shahab( Aunt Shahab) and Mamosta Jaafar.