User talk:Lysozym

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Hello Lysozym! In regard to previous edits User:اردیبهشت has made especially to Central Asians in Ancient Indian literature, I am becoming very frustrated. I am Iranian and proud of our culture reigning throughout Asia, but this person keeps changing my edits and threatening to block me. What should I do? I am an educated Iranologist and this is ridiculous; this person CANNOT be Persian.

Point of interest[edit]

Hello,

I see that you're very knowledgable on Iranic studies, ancient Islamic history and so forth. As of recent I checked the Tajik people page, and it seems there's a huge amount of frauding, falsification of sources, and what not present at the moment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tajik_people


Since when are Ferdowsi, Rumi, Khwarizmi, and Ibn-Sina, Tajik? I didn't know the term Tajik existed back then? For the rest some people have been hugely frauding sources at it seems.


The lede used to say when the page didn't get vandalized/frauded yet. [[1]]

Tajik (Persian: تاجيک‎, Tājīk; Tajik: Тоҷик) is a general designation for a wide range of Persian-speaking people of Iranian origin,[13] with traditional homelands in present-day Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan. Before the 20th century they were often called Sarts.[14]

As a self-designation, the term Tajik, which earlier on had been more or less pejorative, has become acceptable only during the last several decades, particularly as a result of Soviet administration in Central Asia.[13] Alternative names for the Tajiks are Fārsī (Persian), Fārsīwān (Persian-speaker), and Dīhgān (cf. Tajik: Деҳқон, Dehqon, literally "farmer or settled villager", in a wider sense "settled" in contrast to "nomadic").[15]

The Tajiks of China, although known by the name Tajik, speak Eastern Iranian languages and are distinct from Persian Tajiks.[16][17]


While now it says, while mainting the same sources [[2]]

Tajik (Persian: تاجيک‎: Tājīk , Tajik: Тоҷик) or Tajiks is a general designation for a wide range of Persian-speaking people of Iranian origin,[13] with traditional homelands in present-day Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan. Those falling under the ethno-linguistic label of being a Tajik today were historically known as Arians, Khwarezmians, Parthians, Sogdians and Bactrians.[14]

As a self-designation, the term Tajik, which earlier on had been more or less pejorative, has become acceptable only during the last several decades, particularly as a result of Soviet administration in Central Asia.[13] Alternative names for the Tajiks are Fārsī (Persian), Fārsīwān (Persian-speaker), and Dīhgān (cf. Tajik: Деҳқон, Dehqon, literally "farmer or settled villager", in a wider sense "settled" in contrast to "nomadic" and also described as a class of land-owning magnates during the Sassanid and early Islamic period).[15] The term Tajik itself is a synonym to Persian and is used as a means of describing Persians who do not hail from modern day Iran.

Not all Tajiks speak a variety of modern Persian. They may speak any one of the extant Iranian languages. For example, the Tajiks of China speak Eastern Iranian languages and are distinct from more western Tajiks.[16][17]


Seems like a huge amount of frauding to me.

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