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  • No I do not consider Iranians as Europids.(No Exceptions)

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Well, the Iranians that border on Semitic peoples normally have some influence from them, it's nothing weird. Also, these Iranian peoples assimilated Elamites ( who were linguistically close to Dravidians, there's no real evidence of what Elamites looked like, probably fully caucasoid ), and other peoples who have unknown origins like Sumerians, or the Assyrians ( who probably weren't always Semitic ).

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shapur
    There exist maybe 40 million Persians. So this is 1/8 of all Iranians.
    Farsi is an Iranian language and not an Arabic or Semitic language.
    Persians are Caucasoids as Germans are, without Dravidic, Negroid or Mongoloid admixture. And when it exist then it is not more as Germans has non-Caucasoid admixture.

    Btw I study Germanistik
    Do you really believe in such an immensive number of Iranians? I seriously doubt it, mein lieber Herr Baron!

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Well, there are Kurds, Tadjiks, Persians, Pashtoons, Ossetians, and some other I forgot.
    Perhaps not as much as Shapur shaped it, but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awar
    Well, there are Kurds, Tadjiks, Persians, Pashtoons, Ossetians, and some other I forgot.
    Perhaps not as much as Shapur shaped it, but...
    Maybe I misunderstood it, but if 40 Million persians make up 1/8 of all the Iranians, that would make them 320 Million.

    To an extent he is right, though. The official number are quite low. The Turkic governments of Turkmenistand Usbekistan try to keep them as low as possible: the best examples are the former cosmopolitan cities of Samarkand and Bukhara where the majority is Iranian. That's why the Turkification efforts got highered in the recent years in order to suppress them both in language and identity.

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Most estimates say that roughly half of Iran is Persian. You're the first person saying they form only 1/8 of Iran's population.

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    He probably meant all Iranian peoples. Including the Iranian populations of Turkey, Iraq, Caucasus, Afghanistan, ex-USSR central Asian republics and India.

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beren
    Do you really believe in such an immensive number of Iranians? I seriously doubt it, mein lieber Herr Baron!
    Nein mein lieber Herr Specht!

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    let me .The largest Indo-European invasion of Europe was carried out by four main groups:


    -the celts
    -slavs
    -germanis
    -balts




    <LI>The Amorites. This was an Indo-European tribe who invaded Asia Minor (Turkey) from the Aegean sea around 1500 BC, and were noted amongst the local people for worshipping a hammer wielding "Thunder God" - obviously related to the North European Thorburn. Egyptian paintings of the time depict the Amorites (the Egyptians called them the "Amurru") as fair, light eyed men with Nordic features who were still launching attacks on the Egyptian state as late as 1300 BC. A large number of Amorites settled in Palestine, becoming one of the first Indo-European tribes to mix with the Semitic speaking Jewish tribes in that region, hence they later became associated with Semitism.

    <LI>The Scythians overran what is today Palestine, Israel and Lebanon in the 7th Century BC, and some of their light eyed and light haired descendants can still be found amongst the Druse peoples of Lebanon. The Scythians moved through Asia as far as Afghanistan, with forward groups penetrating to the Indus River in India. Many early writers such as Polemon of Ilium, Clement of Alexandria and others, recorded that the Scythians were similar to the Celts in appearance, always being described as "fair or ruddy" in hue.


    <LI>The Philistines were an Indo-European Nordic tribe who also invaded the Middle East, coming from Crete and bearing many cultural similarities to the Mycenaean culture. The Philistines established an iron and unpopular rule over the Jewish tribes they found in the region.

    <LI>The Cimmerians were yet another smaller Indo-European tribe who reached the Middle East around the 8th Century BC, establishing a short lived kingdom in the region known today as Northern Iran.

    <LI>The Indo-European Phyrgians reached modern day Armenia around the 8th Century BC, establishing another short lived Indo-European kingdom.

    <LI>Around 900 BC, yet another Indo-European tribe, known as the Persians, reached Azerbaijan, from where they entered modern day Iran, followed closely by the Indo-European Medes tribe. The Persians, who were more numerous, overpowered the Medes and together these two tribes established what became known as the Persian Empire, ruling over a large number of Asiatic and Arabic racial types.


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    Scythians, as depicted by themselves on a steel bowl found in a Scythian grave site near the Black Sea. At different stages in time the Scythian area of influence stretched from Eastern Europe to the Near and Middle East. In the latter two regions they were overwhelmed by the non-White/mixed race peoples living in those lands, although it is still possible every now and then to see light hair and light eyes - flashbacks to the Nordic invaders of thousands of years ago.
    all were aryans.The blue eyed people are scythians and others mixed with median, persian....etc thats why iranians most of iranians have dark hair and light brown eyes and when they are still in child age their skin is white.you can see iranians in nordic countrys having whiter skin than the nordics themselfs but of course its stupid to claim that skin or hair colour has anything to do with race. only skull shape and bones what me myself have.
    as for the kurds azeris and armenians its stupid to claim they aint iranian . its like claiming macedonians werent greek. or scots aint british.

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Modern Iranians like you said have been mixed with Semites and Asiatics. They aren't the Aryans of Ancient Persia.

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    Post Re: Do You Consider Iranians to be Europid?

    Dear God, please make it stop.

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