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  • Come and please answer about Turks in Iran

    i made alot of study about why turks in iran dont hate armenians and armenians can live easily in biggest city of turks in iran (Tabriz) and even having their own place (baron avak street) and even churches
    i heard and read most of turks in iran are iranians who speak turkish but of course turks live there too but i mean generally most are iranians who speak turkish especially people in tabriz have persian culture not turkish
    so please i need someone who can help me about this matter to end my wonder
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    Re: come and answer please about turks in iran

    Turks have wide culture. It differs from Central Asia to Anatolia, so thats why Turks in Iran are different from Turks in Anatolia.

    They are citizens of Iran however 'officially' and 'ethnically' they are Turks. Citizenship and ethnicity are different facts.

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      Re: come and answer please about turks in iran

      Originally posted by Parskahay View Post
      i made alot of study about why turks in iran dont hate armenians and armenians can live easily in biggest city of turks in iran (Tabriz) and even having their own place (baron avak street) and even churches
      i heard and read most of turks in iran are iranians who speak turkish but of course turks live there too but i mean generally most are iranians who speak turkish especially people in tabriz have persian culture not turkish
      so please i need someone who can help me about this matter to end my wonder
      First you need to learn not to call them "Turks", second Azaris are Iranian culturally, ethnically and on all levels. Third of all, you're from Iran apparently so who exactly are you asking this question and where are you searching for an answer?



      Originally posted by Army View Post
      Turks have wide culture. It differs from Central Asia to Anatolia, so thats why Turks in Iran are different from Turks in Anatolia.

      They are citizens of Iran however 'officially' and 'ethnically' they are Turks. Citizenship and ethnicity are different facts.
      Take your pan-Turkic blabberings elsewhere please.

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        Re: come and answer please about turks in iran

        Wow, that's a big sentence. It starts off with an affirmation and ends sounding like a question.
        kurtšul kangal

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          Re: come and answer please about turks in iran

          Originally posted by Parskahay View Post
          i made alot of study about why turks in iran dont hate armenians and armenians can live easily in biggest city of turks in iran (Tabriz) and even having their own place (baron avak street) and even churches
          i heard and read most of turks in iran are iranians who speak turkish but of course turks live there too but i mean generally most are iranians who speak turkish especially people in tabriz have persian culture not turkish
          so please i need someone who can help me about this matter to end my wonder
          And where else, except Tabriz? It's a bit like saying "Armenians can live easily in biggest city of turks in Turkey (Istanbul) and even having their own churches". It means nothing. What has happened to the rest of the Armenain population, to those in the smaller towns and the villages? What happened here during 1914? What happened in 1946 during the Soviet-backed republic of Iranian Azerbaijan? A lot of vested interests (including Turkish, Iranian, Armenian, Islamic, Christian) would like to whitewash the history of this region.
          Plenipotentiary meow!

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            Re: come and answer please about turks in iran

            Bell and Lucin, lets not start another fight in this thread. Bell is making some valid points, and I'd like to see them answered.

            Beneath the conventional story we Armenians like to live with on this forum, there are questions that are yet to be answered. Even though I'm not paranoid about Azaris in Iran today, I'd like to know more about Azari activities during the genocide and in 1946.
            I was taught how to think.

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              Re: Come and please answer about Turks in Iran

              as it shows in genocide map not even a single armenian murdered in iran
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                Re: Come and please answer about Turks in Iran

                Originally posted by Parskahay View Post
                as it shows in genocide map not even a single armenian murdered in iran
                The king of Iran at that time, brought in like 200,000-300,000
                Armenian refugees at the time of the Genocide. That's a
                good reason why Armenians still to this day maintain good
                relations with Iranians.

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                  Re: Come and please answer about Turks in Iran

                  Originally posted by Icy View Post
                  The king of Iran at that time, brought in like 200,000-300,000
                  Armenian refugees at the time of the Genocide. That's a
                  good reason why Armenians still to this day maintain good
                  relations with Iranians.
                  I said this before but I'll say it again to Parskahay as well. The ARF Tashnagtsutyun helped the father of Shah of Iran to his throne, so we had a good rapport with both kings of Iran. After the Genocide, the king of Iran showed his appreciation to the Armenians that way by taking a lot of Armenians in and saving them. The good part is that we have very good relations with them to this day and they are our only very good neighbours.
                  Հա'յ ժողովուրդ, քո միա'կ բրկութիւնը քո հաւաքական ուժի մէջ է:

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                    Re: Come and please answer about Turks in Iran

                    Whoa, its getting thick in here (as is always the case when someone praises Russia, Iran, Iraq, the US, or Turkey too much). First, many Persians and Kurds can tell you otherwise, but at least it wasn't because of the government...but during the hard times, there was definitely cultural wars which meant difficulties for Armenian Christian minorities. Some of you Farsi speakers should go ask older Persians what Armenians were known for...I've had quite a few admit that they used to just take their sheep/property from them because they were easily intimidated.

                    Also, Armenian (political) involvement in their internal affairs has been good and bad. Wherever they had problems, and Armenians took sides, we were also hated for taking sides.

                    Again, overall the government never targeted Armenians that I know of, but our participation (as an ethnicity) in their nationalistic events has made us victims of xenophobia there as with Russia, Turkey, the US and everywhere else.
                    kurtšul kangal

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