Saeed Abdulraheem Hama Radha      

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He was born in 1967 in the city of Halabja (now a province of north west of Iraqi Kurdistan Region). In 1984 he started his undergraduate study in the College of Shari’a ,Baghdad University, Iraq. At the third year of his study (1987) , he was expelled from the college by the decision of the supreme  revolutionary  command council of the Baath
Party because of not joining the popular force of the Iraqi regime. later that year, when one of Halabja’s neighborhood named ( Kani Ashqan) was demolished by the Baathist's decision, he left Iraq and went to the neighboring country Iran. He belongs to a family which had lost the largest number of its members in the chemical attack committed by the Iraqi forces on 16 March 1988 on the city.
After many years of being away from college, Mr.Saeed was admitted to the College of Shari’a, University of Salahaddin, Erbil where he was awarded Bachelor degree in 2004. He has a Master’s degree in the essences of religion.
He is an active member of Kurdistan Journalists’ Syndicate as well as International Journalists’ Syndicate.
Mr.Saeed has published hundreds of articles dealing with political, cultural and intellectual issues in both his native Kurdish and Arabic languages inside the country and abroad. He also served in the field of media and journalism having produced and presented many radio and television shows.
He is now serving as a researcher at the Kurdology Centre.