Mirza Mohammed Amin Mangoori
He was born in 1910 in Qaladze. He started his education with Mullah Mohammed Deluyi. He was sent to school and studied until the sixth grade. After a while he went to Sulaimani and was employed as a policeman.
He began writing poetry as a teenager. In 1937, he was imprisoned for six months by the Iraqi authorities for publishing the book A Step to Success. After his release, he became a municipal employee and later employed in the Water Office in Chwarta.
In 1946, he was appointed deputy commander of the Bokan forces.
In 1971, after publishing his book Journey to Mars, he was expelled from the city of Bitwen at the instigation of some mullahs.
He died on the night of 12-01-1988 and was buried in Saywan Hill. After thirty years, on 19-06-1992, his grave was moved to Gormriyam Height in Kewarash Mountain.
During his lifetime he wrote many valuable books, some of which unfortunately have yet to be published.
These are some of his published works:
1- Armenian Story – Historical – Published after his death in 1992
2- Chiroki Zerinay Amedi – Historical – Published in 1971
3- Farzo Khani Pshko – Historical – Published in 1971
4-Mahraco – Historical – Published in1971
5- A Failed Bride – Social – Published in 1971
6. Congress of the Beast and the Tide – Published after his death in 1992
7- A Step to Success – Published in 1937
8. Journey to Mars - Published in 1971
9--Paradise of Love – Poetry – Published after his death in 2006
10- Two volumes of Kurdish political history.
11- Gulala Kani Rojgar.
These are his unpublished works:
1- History of Kurds and Kurdistan from the time of Islam to 1971
2-Aranpour – Historical.
3- Nariman Bakhtiari – Historical.
4-Assyrians – historical.
5- Story of Arat Pur – Historical.
6. Dream of going to heaven.
7. A free world.
8- Constitution of Life – Poetry.
9. A World of Laughter – Poetry.
10- A Night in Usbat al-Umm – Poetry.
11- The Creator and the Creator.
Mirza had a high national position and never compromised on his positions. In 1978, he participated in the poetry festival of the Kurdish Writers Union in Sulaymaniyah. He was one of the poets participating in the festival who fearlessly read national poetry despite the presence of a number of Ba'athist men in the hall.
He loved the freedom of his country so much that he bequeathed that whenever the night of subjugation disappeared from the country after his death, he would be brought out of the grave and his body washed.