Mustafë Ismaili was born on March 7, 1955 in the village of Samolica, Bujanovac. He was educated in the Elementary School for 4 years in Samolicë, Rainca, and municipality of Preseva. He finished the first year of “Skanderbeg” High School in Tërnoc, while other years he educated in Preseva. He worked as a teacher in the School of Agriculture in Pristina, then in the school “Selman Riza” in Fushë Kosovë in 1993-1999 where he lived since 1981. He has been committed to further services for three years as a teacher for the Albanian Emigrants of Langental in Switzerland. As the only male of the family he worked in some parts of the former Yugoslavia as a laborer to help the family economically. After being in Switzerland, Germany, France and elsewhere he has been dealing with national activities. During the war his house was burned down by Serbians and he is now missing family members. Since 1999 lives and works in Toronto, Canada. He was president of the Albanian Community of Canada from 2002 to 2006. He has opened some Albanian language classes for children of Albanian immigrants to Canada. This has received Gratitude. He has written literature nearly. He has been associate in Pristina column in the daily newspaper “Renaissance”. He wrote editorials about “Voice of Youth”. At the same time he is vice president of the Liberal Party of Kosovo, Fushë Kosovë. He is a member of the Association of Writers “Phoenix” in Preseva, “Atunis Valley” Preseva “Atunis Kosova” in Pristina, the Association of Writers “Arif Shala” in Vancouver Canada. He is also a member of the Association of Writers civil association’s Albanian migration in Koblenz in Germany, member of the Albanian-Canadian Association in Toronto, Canada, a member of the Islamic Society in Toronto, Canada etc.