Born: 01-07-1951 in Dibga village, Makhmur township, Erbil
He has been married since 1988 and has two children, a son (Ako) and a daughter (Tara).
Primary education: Koza Pange Primary, Secondary and High School/ Erbil.
Austrian University of Technology
1967 Member of Kurdistan Students Union Erbil.
1968 Member of PDK Erbil.
1970 Head of Erbil High School.
1971 PDK member, deputy head of Runaki Organization - Erbil.
1974 Joined the September Revolution and participated in the sixth round of cadres in the village of (Zinwe).
1974 Administrator of Kandil region of PDK.
1975 He became a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) while in exhile in Iran.
On 05-04-1976 he became a political refugee in Austria.
In 1976, he became a member of the Kurdistan Students Association Abroad.
1978 Head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) in Austria.
1981 Member of the Executive Committee of Kurdistan Students Association in Europe.
1982 Member of the European Branch of the PUK.
1987 Head of the Kurdistan Workers' Association in Europe.
1991 Return to Kurdistan on 15-05-1991
1992 Member of the first Kurdistan Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the green faction.
1993 Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation in the second cabinet.
1995 Member of the PUK Leadership.
1996 Minister of Health and Social Affairs.
1998 Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Cooperation.
1999 Head of Foreign Relations (PUK).
12-02-2002 Return to Erbil Head of Erbil 3rd Headquarters and Chairman of Green Faction in Parliament.
2003 Member of the Political Bureau of the PUK.
15-05-2003 Head of Mosul headquarters of PUK.
20-04-2005 Head of Erbil Headquarters.
2007 Head of Public Relations in Baghdad.
2009 Head of Foreign Relations of the PUK, Relations Coordinator of the PUK and Socialist International.
Fluent in Arabic, English, Persian and German.
During the past years 1991-2010, he actively participated in the media by writing, interviewing and participating in international meetings and conferences.
Candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance list in Erbil province for the 2010 Iraqi parliamentary elections.