Kurds, Persians, and Arabs
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Many people confuse religious groups, and ethnic groups. Im going to clarify what a religious group is for you, and my other buddy will later explain a ethnic group. In a religious group, you must believe in one or more god, and most likely celebrate religious holidays. An example of a religious groups would be different religions such as Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.
Now that you know what a religious group is, I will explain ethnic groups, and how they are different from religious groups. Ethnic groups don't necessarily believe in a god as a whole, but single individuals do. People in Ethnic groups share common cultures, beliefs, traditions, food, language, etc.
Hey There! Welcome To Persia! Us Persians Consider Our Selves An Ethnic Group Because We In General Don't Believe In A God, But Are A Specific Race.
As A Persian, We Speak The Language "Farsi". We Are Mainly Found In Iran And The Main Religion Here Is Shi'a Islam. You Might Know Us As Indo-Europeans. This Is Because We Are Found In Central Europe And Southern Russia.
Hey there, I am what is known as an Arab. I live in Northern Africa, but other Arabs can be found in Southwest Asia. Us Arabs speak Arabic, and our religion is Islam. Don't be fooled by that statement, because not all Arabs are Muslim. To go deeper into our religion, we believe we are the descendants of Abraham, through his son named Ishmael.
Greetings, I am a Kurd. I live in Syria, but other Kurds live in Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. I speak Kurdish, and my and other Kurds religion is Muslim. As you can tell, us Kurds don't have our own country, but we hope to one day have our very own country knows as Kurdistan. You might know us as Medes, or in other words ancient Iraninan People.
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