User talk:Eagle The Great

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When are we Going to See Proof that Azaris are Genetically Turkic[edit]

Please keep an eye on Azari and the talk:Azari. I have started the following in the discussion.

It has been ages since these citations have not been verified. Verification is needed. If not delete the material. the amount of time granted has been generious. The Azaris Iranian background has been verified through various scientific and academic sources, but the Turkic claim has not. The only think that has been verified is the Turkic langauge. 72.57.230.179

Iran related articles noticeboard/Incidents[edit]

Please watch this page and post your public messages on this page so that everybody may have access to it. Thanks --Aminz 05:48, 24 July 2006 (UTC)

Two Articles in need of your attention[edit]

There are two entries at Wikipedia, which have falsely created -- they are Turco-Persian and Turko-Persian Tradition. Both entries are factitious. I have requested the entries to be deleted. My reasons are:

The term Turko-Persian Tradition (or Turco-Persian) does not exists academically and it is a factitious entry! Check the Encyclopaedia Iranica to confirm -- The correct name for that culture is the Persianate culture not the "Turko-Persian". Turkophones (mostly of mixed race and Persianized in culture) only spoke in Turkic dialects and were in the military. That is not enough participation in creating and forming the culture to deserve the name "Turko-Persian Tradition" – This is misinformation. All the elements in that area, which have to do with tradition and culture, were drawn from the Iranian culture (Persian, Kurdish, Azari, Baluchi, Tajik, Luri, Gilaki, Talishi, Mazandarani, etc.), and the Islamic faith, not much Turkic elements (like shamanism, yurts etc.) were incorporated in. That is what makes the name "Turko-Persian" an imaginary one and therefore the entry should be deleted.

Any contributions would greatly appreciated. Bā Sepās Surena 02:23, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Behrooz requesting help[edit]

Hi! I saw you were a member of WikiProject Iran, so I thought you might be able to help. A merge between the articles on the Persian names "Behrooz" and "Behrouz" has been proposed, but so far the merge has not been discussed. As I'm not very familiar with Persian names, I thought I'd try to find someone who was, to comment on the proposed merge. Thanks!Lex Kitten 12:41, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Island Pacific School[edit]

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The article Island Pacific School has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

An extremely small private school. Can't find any reliable sources that establish notability, and WP:SCHOOLOUTCOMES suggests that, since this is essentially a middle school, it should be deleted. Also, all the sources in the article are from their website.

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