My name is Dilshad Ali. I was born in the small town of Soran, in Kurdistan, in October 1994. My father is a major in Iraqi Border Police (IBP). I have a bachelor degree and graduated from the Soran University/Faculty of Arts/ English Department in linguistics Branch in 2017.
When I was an undergraduate student, I liked to do voluntary work with the students of college and organizations. I have been teaching an English language course for students of Soran University/Faculty of Arts for 22 hours from January to May. I am now a volunteer at the Career Development Center (CDC) of Soran University.
When I 11 years old I wanted to be a Taekwondo athlete. Eleven years later and I am still doing Taekwondo, and have won many championships. In 2007 and 2008, I was the champion of the Erbil province, In 2007 I was the champion of the whole Kurdistan region and, in 2008, I was the champion of the northern part of Iraq. Today, I am a Taekwondo coach at the Soran Club.
I believe that we human beings should be like a football team: a football team consists of different players from different nations and religions with different colors and they all work and help each other for the common interest. So, we should work for the common interest and goal as well which is humanity and peace.
Love and peace have no language, color, and ethnicity. Spread love and peace when and wherever you can. Consider others as your own family, then nobody would do something to harms this family.