Mohammed Fatih Mohammed

Mohammed Fatih Mohammed has been translating with Kashkul, the center for arts and culture at the American University of Iraq Sulaimani (AUIS), for over three years, bringing over half a dozen Kurdish poets into English for the first time. He was born into a devout Kurdish Sufi family in Qaradagh and trained in the Islamic Sciences. He graduated from AUIS with a Major in Business Administration and Minor in Law. He speaks Kurdish, Arabic, Turkish, Farsi, and English.


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More Poems Left in My Chest: A Portrait of the Poet Laureate of Kurdish Jihad
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