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Blue eyes, blond hair. Also among Kurdish people. The Kurds. The origin in Aryan – Indo European race.


Kurds are not Turks nor Arabs.

As You already know I come from Poland and every single day I see how hard for Europeans it is to see the difference.

Everyday, in the news, we hear about the Kurds and Peshmerga, however, not really many of audience realize who the Kurds really are.

A few days ago I even heard voices of concern that the Kurds, after defeating ISIS, will try to take control over the Arab countries next to Kurdistan, and then Europe, and then probably the world.

Well the Arab countries are the last thing the Kurds wish to have 🙂

What could I answer.

It made me a little bit angry that people are able to have such an abstract and ridiculous thoughts in their heads.

kurdish child blue eyesAnd sometimes it is very hard to explain that the Kurds do not equal ISIS, that the Kurds do not equal in 100% Muslims, they do not equal Arabs and so on.

Kurds are also Christians, Yazidis, Jewish, Alevis and even Atheists.

The Kurds are not Arabs, Turks etc. !!

The Kurds are the Kurds same as Polish people are not Russians – even though still many people see no difference as I am very often called Russian :/

You have to remember that Kurds are the separate nation and never ever compare them with Arabs or Turks.

kurdish women

So who are the Kurds ?

kurdish childrenA study of mitochondrial DNA found that Kurds, same as Armenians, show a high incidence of mtDNA U5 lineages, which are common among Europeans, although rare elsewhere in the Near East.
The sample of Kurds in this study came from northwest Iran and northeast Iraq, where Kurds usually predominate.

Same studies say that Kurds are very similar to Jews.

And here I have the most important message to all of my friends all around the world who still think that the Kurds are the Arabs.

Most of my friends, who have never ever met a Kurd, think that all of the Kurds are dark-skinned and have brown eyes and hair – that “Arab look”.
Yes, the majority is like that after years of conquests and trying to “delete” Kurdish identity via forcing Kurdish women to marry Arab or Turkish men.

But who of you, my friends, really know that in Kurdistan You can also meet blondes and redhead people?

And this is pretty shocking fact for many, because they think that Kurds have only “Arab look” and they put all of the Near-East countries into one box.

Well not really 🙂

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Kurdish people are part of Indo-European group.

Even more, the word Aryan itself, is the term that drives from the old Kurdish word.

kurdish peopleNowadays, the word “Aryan” has been replaced by “Indo-Iranian” or “Indo-European”, and is now mostly limited.

And here You have to be very careful about what you consider Aryan as !

No, it has nothing to do with World War. Don’t link it to some sick Hitler’s ideology because the Aryan race simply concerned the people of European and Western Asian heritage. They all belong into Indo-European group.

kurdish red hair

The Indo-European language and culture spread in several stages from the Proto-Indo-European Eurasian homeland into western Europe, central Asia and India.

kurdish red hair boyI don’t say Kurds come from Aryans because of rare blondes and blue eyed 🙂 They come from Aryans because Aryan is the same thing as Indo-European.

(No, nothing to do with “white race”).

In Kurdistan You can simply meet a lot of blondes and even redhead persons with a lot of freckles 🙂

So multicultural, multi-religious, and so on …

But still so tolerant.

BIJI KURDISTAN !

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My heart belongs to Kurdistan and I want to spread the glory of the Kurds because I am very proud of them! BIJI KURDISTAN !

54 thoughts on “Blue eyes, blond hair. Also among Kurdish people. The Kurds. The origin in Aryan – Indo European race.

  1. Well actually there is much more blonde Kurds in Northern Kurdistan (Turkey part) Which is biggest part of Kurdistan.. The number of Arabs and Turks in Northern Kurdistan is much lower than other parts.. Bcs its all mountains here.. South is full of Arabs and Kurdish-Arab genes are mixed.. But in North its not.. At least not that much to say ‘there is also blonde peoples in Kurds.. Actually in South peoples are not that dark skinned too.. Im serious.. Probably more than %30 of Kurds in North are blonde.. Maybe not like Fins or Germans but blonde is blonde.. Im not exaggarating..Its true..

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  2. I am so glad there are people who knows the truth , i really enjoy your blog and thank you for making it clear for everyone that we are not arabs yes we share the religion islam, but there is as much christens and other religions . in a matter of fact we kurds despise arabs and turks for they have been descrimenating and oppressing us for ages now and i am really impressed that you wrote in kurdish too . wish you all the luck in your life .
    spas

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  3. Hi , I’m Kurdish and I live in the Uk .. I really enjoyed reading your blog it’s really nice that the world has open minded and intellectual people like yourself so thank you for that. Keep up the good work ! dast xosh x

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  4. 1, Dont compare Kurds with Jews, Jews are mongrels/mixed, Kurds arent. The real Jews are actually the Palestinians. Dont get me started on that.
    2. Hitler’s sick ideology? Study more (unofficial history). Also study more about Dacians. Ull have surprises.

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  5. My first time on this site and I found it most interesting. I enjoy reading up on different cultures and ethnicities. Recently I read up on the Sami people of Lapland, another group spread over several countries. The Kurdish people have long since fascinated me and now, thanks to you, I have a better understanding of them and their origins. I hope that they are given the country that they deserve soon. Their religious tolerance and gender equality models are a lesson for all. Thanks.

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    1. Dear Doktor 🙂 I believe IT is also your comment below.
      You are more than wellcome. Thank you for your time on this site and I hope more people Will be as interested in Kurdistan as you are !

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  6. My first time on this site and I found it most interesting. I enjoy reading up on different cultures and ethnicities. Recently I read up on the Sami people of Lapland, another group spread over several countries. The Kurdish people have long since fascinated me and now, thanks to you, I have a better understanding of them and their origins. I hope that they are given the country that they deserve soon. Their religious tolerance and gender equality models are a lesson for all. Thanks.

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  7. Yani bu yazıyı okuyup varacağımız sonuç siz Kürtler ermeni sığıntısından başka bişey değilsiniz. Bir de devlet kuracaksınız he kurarsınız. Bekleyin.

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  8. well even i saw that informations about kurdish so late but stil i wanna say even u heared that kurdish history is older than arabic or muslims ..im saya from arbil in kurdistan i have light brown eyes with tan skin.my moms eyes ar light green and white Europian skin .. so thanks for ur support about kurdish ✌️😊

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  9. My name is Rakan El kurdy …
    And I’m proud of all of it, I am originaly lebanese with french blood as well.
    History has made its landmark.

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  10. I’m kurdish from kurdistan sulimany 25% of the Kurds are darkish skinned caucasians and 35% are light skinned Caucasians with green or blue or brown eyes and 30% are blonde the other 10% are gingers and I have white skin green eyes and deep dark hair I have 12 cousins at almost my same age my youngest brother is caucasian with brown hair and sandy hair color and most of my cousins are blonde with green and blue eyes only one of them has darkish skin and another one of them is white skinned with green eyes and brown hair although we kurds don’t care much about our skin color but the majority of Kurds in erbil and especially Sulimany are white and same goes for Iranian kurds as for the Kurds from the other areas Im not exactly sure about it but their majority might be darkish skinned not sure

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  11. My family came to India from Iran a long time ago and we call ourselves Syeds, more particularly Rizvi or Rezavi in Iran and i know that the syeds of Iran were Safavid Kings who introduced twelwer form of Shiaism in Iran and actually safavids were not syeds ( from the family of prophet mohammed) but were of Kurdish descent. So i consider myself a kurd as well and support Kurdistan with all my heart. Love from India 🙂

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    1. Hi. For better understanding I would recommend people to read the Kurgan Hypotheis.
      Well it’s based on language but how you said, it is proved by genetics that all iranian tribes (Kurds, Persians, Tajiks, Pashtuns, Talysh etc.) came from the Ural mountains. They also share the same culture.
      I would also suggest that we use the word “iranian”instead of the old word “arya”. The word “iranian” doesn’t refer to the nation but to the ethnic group of Iranians.

      And by the way: Sepas and dast xosh.

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  12. Jakiś czas tamu poznałam kogoś z Kurdystanu, a dokładnie z Hawler. Od tamtej pory zaczęłam interesować się historią Kurdów, cieszę się, że nie jestem sama 🙂

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      1. Thanks for the emotion and the respect you have for us. i have respect for the Polish People as well. morover i have been to Poland twice. they are tolerance and respectful people. i didnt feel any ill treating by anyone in
        Poland.

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  13. The term kurd is used in the 16th century by Sherefxan Bidlisi as encompassing four tribal groups of Iranian nomads, the Kurmanj, Lur, Kalhor and Guran, each of which speak a different dialect or language variation.
    In conclusion, we explained
    In 1923, Kurdistan was divided between the two countries that are Iraq and Turkey today. Since then, the Kurds have been divided between Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. They have struggled to build an independent nation.

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    1. kaka Amanj thanks for the knowledge you have shared but dont forget the Kurds are well know by the Greeks. when they come to fight near Nainava against Arthishta in the way back xinophon the used Kordose , karda , Kardoxi in his writing.

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