فارسلار

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
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فارسلار
چوْخلی اهالی اولان بؤلگه‌لر
 ایران۴۲٬۲۱۲٬۸۳۴ (۲۰۱۶ (میلادی))
(بۆتۆن ایران جمعیت‌یندن ۴۵٪—۵۳٪)[۱][۲][۳][۴][۵]
دیل‌لری
فارس دیلی.
دین‌لری
چوخونلوغو: موسلمان (شیعه
آزینلیغی: موسلمان (سونیصوفی‌لیک، مزدیسنا، مسیحیت، بهایی‌لیک و یهودیلیک (یهودی فارسلار).
مربوط اولان قومی قروپلار
باشقا ایران دیللی خالقلار.

فارسلار، فارس دیلینده دانیشانلار.[۶] فارس دیلی ایران، افغانیستان و تاجیکیستان اؤلکه‌لرینده دانیشیلیر.

گؤرونتولر[دَییشدیر]

قایناقلار[دَییشدیر]

  1. ^ Library of Congress - A Country Study: Iran Table 3. Ethnic and Linguistic Groups, 1986 (exclusive of refugees)
  2. ^ Federation of American Scientists:...Population: 70.5 million (2007 est.)Persians, who constitute 51% of Iran’s population, dominate the central government of Iran.Roughly one out of every four Iranians is Azeri, making it Iran’s largest ethnic minority at over 18 million (some Azeris put the number higher). The Turkic-speaking Azeri community is predominantly Shiite and resides mainly in northwest Iran along the border with Azerbaijan (whose inhabitants are more secular than their Azeri cousins in Iran) and in Tehran. Although they have grievances with the current regime in Tehran, most Azeris say they are not treated as second-class citizens and are more integrated into Iranian society, business, and politics (the Supreme Leader is an ethnic Azeri) than other minorities. Predominantly Sunni Muslim, the Kurds reside mainly in the northwest part of the country (so-called Iranian Kurdistan) and comprise around 7% of Iran’s population. There are roughly 4 million Kurds living in Iran, compared to 12 million in Turkey and 6 million in Iraq. Unlike Iran’s other minorities, many of its Kurds harbor separatist tendencies. Along the Iranian-Iraqi border in southwest Iran is a population of some three million Arabs, predominantly Shiite. Arabs, whose presence in Iran stretches back 12 centuries, co-mingle freely with the local populations of Turks and Persians. Iran has roughly 1.4 million Baluchis, comprising 2% of its population. Predominantly Sunni, they reside in the Iranian section of an area known as Baluchistan, a region divided between Pakistan and Iran.
  3. ^ Iran (انگلیسجه). Official Website of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (۲۲ ژانویهٔ ۲۰۰۹). یوخلانیلیب ۱۱ فوریه ۲۰۰۹.
  4. ^ United States Central Intelligence Agency(CIA) (April 28, 2011). The World Fact Book – Iran. CIA. آرشیولنیب اصلی نۆسخه‌دن on 2012-02-03. یوْخلانیلیبMay 15, 2011.
  5. ^ Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Ethnic Groups and Languages of Iran. یوْخلانیلیبDecember 2, 2009.
  6. ^ AZERBAIJAN vi. Population and its Occupations and Culture, Iranica