Kurdıstanê İrani

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Kurdıstanê İrani

Kurdıstanê İrani ya zi Rocvetışê Kurdıstani nameyo nêresmiyo ke parçey Kurdıstaniyo ke herranê İrani ro ca gêno, ucay rê vaciyeno. Ewro İran miyan de eyaletê Azerbaycanê Rocawani, Kurdıstan, Hemedan, Kırmanşah, İlam, Lurıstan Kurdıstanê İrani anê pê.[1][2][3]

Ewro herrê Kurdıstani çehar letan ra yenê pêra, Kurdıstanê Tırkiya, Kurdıstanê İraqi, Kurdıstanê Suriya u Kurdıstanê İrani.[4] Mabeynê 4-5 milyom nıfusê ena mıntıqa esto.[5][6][7][8][9] Hetê etniki ra tewr gruba pile Kurdê. iran miyan de eyaletê ke Kurdi tede zafêrê, nıfusê pêro Kurdan İran de 6,738,787 milyono.[10] Pockets of Lurs inhabit the southern areas of Ilam Province.[11]

Kurdan ra ğeyri enê mıntıqan dı Sorani, Gorani, Kelhuri, Leki zi weşiya xo ramenê, cıwiyenê. Anciya eyaletanê veroci dı Farsi u Luri, eyaletê Azerbaycanê Rocawani dı zi şarê Azeri estê.

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  1. 1- Federal Research Division, 2004, Iran: A Country Study, Kessinger Publishing, ISBN 1-4191-2670-9, ISBN 978-1-4191-2670-3, p. 121, "The Kurdish area of Iran includes most of West Azerbaijan."
  2. Youssef Courbage, Emmanuel Todd, 2011, A Convergence of Civilizations: The Transformation of Muslim Societies Around the World, p. 74. Columbia University Press, ISBN 0-231-15002-4, ISBN 978-0-231-15002-6. "Kurds are also a majority of the population in the provinces of Kermanshah, West Azerbaijan, and Ilam."
  3. William Eagleton, 1988, An Introduction to Kurdish Rugs and Other Weavings, University of California, Scorpion, 144 pages. ISBN 0-905906-50-0, ISBN 978-0-905906-50-8. "Iranian Kurdistan is relatively narrow where it touches the Soviet border in the north and is hemmed in on the east by the Azerbaijani Turks. Extending south along the border west of Lake Urmia is the tribal territory."
  4. Kurdish Awakening: Nation Building in a Fragmented Homeland, (2014), by Ofra Bengio, University of Texas Press
  5. "Amnesty: End Discrimination against Kurds in Iran". themedialine.org. July 30, 2008. Archived from the original on February 5, 2015. https://web.archive.org/web/20150205182632/http://themedialine.org/news/news_mideast_daily.asp?Date=07/30/2008&category_id=8. 
  6. "Iran Human Rights Documentation Center - IRAN: Human Rights Abuses Against The Kurdish Minority". iranhrdc.org. http://www.iranhrdc.org/english/human-rights-documents/aadel-collection/10509-iran-human-rights-abuses-against-the-kurdish-minority.html. 
  7. "ASIA MAGAZINE 1917". saradistribution.com. http://www.saradistribution.com/asiamagazine1917.htm. 
  8. "Discrimination against Kurdish Iranians unchecked and on the rise". Amnesty International. July 30, 2008. Archived from the original on February 18, 2015. https://web.archive.org/web/20150218023335/http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/report/discrimination-against-kurdish-iranians-unchecked-and-rise-20080730. 
  9. "Iranian Kurds Fight Discrimination, Hope for Change". VOA. http://www.voanews.com/content/iranian-kurds-fight-discrimination-hope-for-change/1549125.html. 
  10. "Iran Provinces". statoids.com. http://www.statoids.com/uir.html. 
  11. ""Another Catalonia in Iran" - Tiraxtur FC Embodies the Spirit of South Azerbaijan". Topix (website). September 22, 2010. Archived from the original on June 19, 2011. https://web.archive.org/web/20110619015726/http://www.topix.com/forum/world/T8EJJSDEL5PII0L4O. 

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