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سلام آقای سی کاسپی.من رو برای یک اعلام نظر مخالف بستن.اینجا درخواست بازرسی دادن.اگر مشخص شه به من تهمت زدن (و من زاپاس نیستم) تا از رای گیری کنار برم و فرد خاطی مدیر شه می تونم همانجا از او شکایت کنم ؟من چکار کنم شما و 10 سال اینجا هستید و با چم و خم کار آشنا.بدون هیچ دلیلی حسابم را بستند .حتی صفحه بحثم را.من چکار بکنم.تولیش (talk) 04:48, 27 February 2015 (UTC)

من واقعاً متاسفم. چک یوزر جواب نداده، شما بسته شدید. شما لطفاً با مرد تنها تماس بگیرید و برایشان توضیح بدهید. به نظر من هیچ جوره نمی شود به شما تهمت زاپاس زد. --Drako (talk) 17:08, 27 February 2015 (UTC)

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Done--Drako (talk) 18:45, 11 March 2015 (UTC)

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Hassan Rahnavardi[edit]

Hi, true?--SaməkTalk 16:04, 12 October 2015 (UTC)

He is from Tabriz.--Drako (talk) 18:42, 12 October 2015 (UTC)
He was born in Tabriz and Tabrizian (Azeri) descent and next years moved and lived in Sari?--SaməkTalk 20:40, 12 October 2015 (UTC)
Not sure about his descent. He moved later to Sari.--Drako (talk) 16:31, 13 October 2015 (UTC)

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why do you defend fabricated article of Feyli Lurs?? are you Lur??[edit]

According to Encyclopedia Iranica During the two centuries in which the whole of Luristan was ruled by hereditary wālīs all the tribes in the region were called Feylī ( It can be concluded that all of tribes include Kurds and Lurs had been called Feyli).At the beginning of the 19th century, the situation changed. Moḥammad-ʿAlī Mīrzā, eldest son of Fatḥ-ʿAlī Shah Qājār (1212-50/1797-1834) and governor-general of Kermānšāh, seized Pīš-e Kūh (the eastern part of Luristan), leaving to the wālī only Pošt-e Kūh (the western part). Furthermore, according to Encyclopedia Iranica the name Feylī had been previously associated with the Solvīzī dynasty, it (or Feyli word) came to denote only those tribes in the Pošt-e Kūh (Ilam). Explicitly, Encylopedia Iranica indicates that from 200 years ago so far Feyli name has been attributed to Pusht-e Kuh or Ilam not Khoram Abad or what we know Lurisatn today. This Encyclopedia reports that The two major Feylī tribes in Pusht-e Kuh region (Ilam Province) are Kord and Mahakī (in other words the Encyclopedia confess that Ilami tribes are Kurds).If Ilami tribes were Lur why Iranica Encyclopedia didn't say that Ilami Tribes are Lur and in contrast to Pan Lurs propaganda over Lurish identiy of Ilam Encyclopedia Iranica has noted that Pusht-e Kuh (Ilam) tribes are Kord and Mahaki (Mahaki is Kurdish dialect of Beyray tribe in Ilam) . According to this encyclopedia Pusht-e Kuh (Ilam) tribes are Feyli (Because from 200 years ago up to now Feyli word exclusively hase been used to describe Ilam or Pusht-e Kuh not Khoram abad and Lurs) and to describe Feyli Kurds not Lurs. Nevertheless this Encyclopedia can cause some misunderstandings because it has noted that FEYLĪ, group of Lor tribes located mainly in Luristan (it means is old Luristan including Pish Kuh and Pusht-e Kuh). However, in second paragraph (Title: Feyli) Encyclopedia Iranica reports that Pusht-e Kuh (Ilam) tribes are Kurd not Lur — Preceding unsigned comment added by 151.239.75.194 (talk) 22:31, 16 September 2016 (UTC)

Let me read and go through this in depth and I will reply back. --Drako (talk) 03:58, 18 September 2016 (UTC)


Feyli Kurds is more likely to be a fabricated page[edit]

Dear realistic Encyclopedia users, the original name for this page, has been Feyli people but due to some ethnocentric efforts by some amateur users this name has changed to a challenging name Feyli Kurds!!!!. By the way, this caused a strong resistance and opposition notes by Lurish and realistic users of Wikipedia. As it is evident Feylis are and have been an integral part of Lurish community. For decades the title Kurd has attributed to Iranian nomads from total Iran plateau. This phrase included Persian, Lurish and other Iranian nomads. In case of Lurish people, due to signifcfgant similarities and interrelationships they were claimed several times by Kurdish authors to be a branch of so-called Greater Kurdistan. This claim was not welcomed by Lurish community. In Iraq, but the condition has been different. Historically due to bad behaviour received by Arab adjacent groups for centuries and decades (Saddam era cruelty and Anfal genocide tragedy are only a recently well-documented subject) and their significant similarities and interrelationships by their Kurdish adjacent communities, they oriented towards Kurdish integration although they have not denied their Lurish origins at all. I do not deny significant similarities between these two ethnic groups, but historical and routine evidences confirm their Lurish identity.Shadegan (talk) 12:46, 18 September 2016 (UTC)

Encylopedia Iranica is fully reliable and well documented .[edit]

Encycopedia Iranica is a well documented and scientific reference (http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/feyli--2). Furthermore, This Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Iranian_languages) indicates that Luri belongs to southwestern Iranian Language and Feyli Kurdish (Southern Kurdish) is a Northeastern Iranian Language. Do you think you are more inform than Encylopedia Iranica .You can claim that Wikipedia page needs edition , thus you can edit Wikipedia page title: Iranian Languages and move Feyli Kurdish beside Luri which has been classified as a dialect of Persian language. I am sure that you have no reliable document that based on it you can move Feyli Kurdish under Luri which has been classified as a dialect of Persian .This is not my fault that linguistics classified Feyli Kurdish as a Northeastern Language and also classified Luri as Southwestern group as dialect of persian. Please see Iranian Language Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Iranian_languages) and think about your claims on Lurish identity of Feyli Kurds. Finally, you can check the Wikipedia page for all of Ilam province cities such as Ilam, Eyvan, Sirvan, Chardavol , Malekshahi , .... . you can not see any word which show that the people live in this regions consider themselves as Lur. They are strongly disagree to be named Lur since they believe that their fathers and ancestors never said that they are Lur. Now, other readers can judge that your claims are baseless or what i have written. I have suggestion and i am agree that you divide Feyli people to two groups Feyli Kurds (Pusht-e Kuh or Ilam province) and Feyli Lurs (Pish-e Kuh or Luristan province) because based on Encyclopedia Iranica During the two centuries in which the whole of Luristan was ruled by hereditary wālīs all the tribes in the region were called Feylī . It can be concluded that all of tribes include Kurds and Lurs had been called Feyli since in second paragraph Encyclopedia Iranica has noted that Pusht-e Kuh (Ilam) tribes are Kord and Mahaki (Mahaki is Kurdish dialect of Beyray tribe in Ilam) Here can i ask you what is your documented reference for your claims. Pleas dont refer me to Amanollahi, Baharvand and other Lur-Native authors. I prefer you present your documents from non Iranian linguistics who are not advocating Lurs. Moreover, you can show me your documents from Encylopedia Iranica??. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 151.239.72.88 (talk) 12:24, 19 September 2016 (UTC)

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