Category talk:Zazas

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Almost all speakers of the Zaza language consider themselves as Kurds and they are often counted as such by international statistics and surveys (for example the Harvard[1] and Columbia[2][3] Universities) --> as part of the Kurdish people.[4][5][6][7][8][9][10] So Takabeg, Stop to identify Kurdish people by yourself. You dont have such a right!--Gomada (talk) 08:31, 25 August 2012 (UTC)

  5. , page 386
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  8. "Kurdish Nationalism and Competing Ethnic Loyalties", Original English version of: "Nationalisme kurde et ethnicités intra-kurdes", Peuples Méditerranéens no. 68-69 (1994), 11-37
  9. Kehl-Bodrogi, Krisztina. "Syncretistic religious communities in the Near East: Collected Papers of the International Symposium, Alevism in Turkey and Comparable Syncretistic Religious Communities in the Near East in the Past and Present”, Berlin, 14–17 April 1995
  10. Ozoglu, Hakan. "Kurdish notables and the Ottoman state." Albany: State University of New York Press, 2004

Essencially Zazas is one of the Iranian peoples. In modern days, some Zazas think that Zazas may be part of Kurdish peoples but other Zazas didn't think so. Kurdish nationalists support former and Zaza nationalists support latter. There is no controversy on the fact that Zazas is one of the Iranian peoples. In this situation, our best way is using Iranian peoples. Thank you. Takabeg (talk) 09:07, 25 August 2012 (UTC)

Note@Gomada: You copied and pasted sentences and sources from English Wikipedia. But unfortunately most of sources don't support contents of that sentence. Takabeg (talk) 09:11, 25 August 2012 (UTC)