Amir Darwish is a British Syrian poet & writer of Kurdish origin who lives in London. Born in Aleppo & came to Britain as an asylum seeker in 2003. He has a BA in history from Teesside University, UK, MA in International Relations of the Middle East from Durham University, UK and an MA in creative and life writing from Goldsmiths University, UK. Amir wrote both his BA and MA dissertations on the topic of Anti-Muslimism in Western Europe. During his studies, he took modules on fascism in inter war years, fascism in post 1945 and anti-fascism. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at Northampton University examining the Muslim Brotherhood founder writings’ Hasan al Banna in relation to fascist studies. As a poet he published his work in the UK, USA, Pakistan, India, Finland, Turkey, Canada, Singapore & Mexico. His work translated into Arabic, Bengali, Estonian, Finnish, Italian, Spanish and Turkish amongst other languages.