کورد یا کارد (کوردی جه: کورد/Kurd) اتتا ایرانیج‌تبار[۱][۲][۳][۴][۵][۶][۷] مردم هستنه که کوردستون دله درنه و وشون بنه‌وار ایران، ترکیه، عراق و سوریه‌ی کشورون میون رَسِد بیّه.[۸] کوردون زوون کوردیج زوون هسته که شه چن‌تی گپ بزه وانه. کوردون ِجمیعت جه دقیق آمار دنی‌یه ولی حدود گاننه که سی تا پنجا میلیون نفر جمیعتی دارننه.[۹]

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ویشته کورد مردمون دین ایسلام هسته. ویشته کوردون سوننی هستنه و شافعی چله جه پروی کاننه.[۱۰] ویشته غربی آذربایجون کوردون مسلم، سوننی و شافعی هستنه. کوردستون اوستان دله هم ویشته سوننی هستنه، ولی بیجار و قروه شهرستانون شرق دله شیعه کوردون و اتا اقلیت یارسان کوردون جه درننه. کرمانشا اوستان دله اتی سوننی و اتی یارسان (اهل حق) ِ آئین پرو و اتی هم شیعه هستنه؛ ایلام دله تقریباً مردم درکل شیعه هستنه. ویشته کورمانج کوردون ایران شرق ِ شومال (خورآسان) دله هم شیعه هستنه و مازرون و قزوین کوردون هم اتی شیعه و اتی یارسان نه. عیراق کوردوستون مردمون ویشته سوننی‌نه ولی ایزدی و یارسان (کاکه‌ای) اقلیتون هم درننه.[۱۱] تورکیه کوردستون دله علوی مذهب کوردون تونجلی و حکاری دله درننه.[۱۲] بقیه بجورانون، یهودی و زرتوشتی مسیحی هستنه که ویشته اوروپایی کشورون دله درننه.[۱۳][۱۴]

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    • Michael G. Morony, "Iraq After the Muslim Conquest", Gorgias Press LLC, 2005. pg 265: "Kurds were the only smaller ethnic group native to Iraq. As with the Persians, their presence along the northeastern edge of Iraq was merely an extension of their presence in Western Iran. All of the non-Persian, tribal, pastoral, Iranian groups in the foothills and the mountains of the Zagros range along the eastern fringes of Iraq were called Kurds at that time."
  2. G. Asatrian, Prolegomena to the Study of the Kurds, Iran and the Caucasus, Vol.13, pp.1-58, 2009: "The ancient history of the Kurds, as in case of many other Iranian ethnic groups (Baluchis, etc.), can be reconstructed but in a very tentative and abstract form"
  3. Michael G. Morony, "Iraq After the Muslim Conquest", Gorgias Press LLC, 2005. pg 265: "Kurds were only small ethnic group native to Iraq. As with the Persians, their presence along the northeastern edge of Iraq was merely an extension of their presence in Western Iran. All of the non-Persian, tribal, pastoral, Iranian groups in the foothills and the mountains of the Zagros range along the eastern fringes of Iraq were called Kurd at that time.
  4. E. J. van Donzel, "Islamic desk reference ", BRILL, 1994. ISBN 90-04-09738-4. pg 222: "Kurds/Kurdistan: the Kurds are an Iranian people who live mainly at the junction of more or less laicised Turkey, Shi'i Iran Arab Sunni Iraq and North Syria and the former Soviet Transcaucasia. Several dynasties, such as the Marwanids of Diyarbakir, the Ayyubids, the Shaddadis and possibly the Safawids, as well as prominent personalities, were of Kurdish origin.
  5. John Limbert, The Origins and Appearance of the Kurds in Pre-Islamic Iran, Iranian Studies, Vol.1, No.2, Spring 1968, pp.41-51. p.41: "In these last areas, the historic road from Baghdad to Hamadan and beyond divides the Kurds from their Iranian cousins, the Lurs."
  6. RUSSELL, JR 1990 «Pre-Christian Armenian Religion*, dans Aufstieg und Nieder- gang der Romischen Welt, II, 18.4, p. 2679-2692, Berlin-New York, 1990. , pg 2691: "A study of the pre-Islamic religion of the Kurds, an Iranian people who inhabited southern parts of Armenia from ancient times to present, has yet to be written"
  7. Discoveries from Kurdish Looms by Robert D. Biggs, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University, 1983, p.9 "Ethnically the Kurds are an Iranian people"
  8. Bengio, Ofra (2014). Kurdish Awakening: Nation Building in a Fragmented Homeland. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-75813-1. https://books.google.com/books?id=caCDBAAAQBAJ. 
  9. The World Factbook (Online ed.). Langley, Virginia: US Central Intelligence Agency. 2015. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/. Retrieved 2 August 2015.  A rough estimate in this edition gives populations of 14.3 million in Turkey, 8.2 million in Iran, about 5.6 to 7.4 million in Iraq, and less than 2 million in Syria, which adds up to approximately 28–30 million Kurds in Kurdistan or in adjacent regions. The CIA estimates are از تاریخ اوت ۲٬۰۱۵ – Turkey: Kurdish 18%, of 81.6 million; Iran: Kurd 10%, of 81.82 million; Iraq: Kurdish 15–20%, of 37.01 million, Syria: Kurds, Armenians, and other 9.7%, of 17.01 million.
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  13. مسیحیت کوردستان دله، کوردستانیکا
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