عنوان مقاله [English]
There is a misunderstanding that a part of Iranian is called “Fārs”. According to this thought and mistake, Fārs people oppress and domineer others means Turkish speakers in Azarbayjan and other parts of Iran, Kurdish and Baluch tribesmen, Arab speakers in khouzestan and also Lurs and people of Gilan and Mazandaran and even Zoroastrians. This article tries to explain that such idea is basically incorrect and unfair. This misunderstanding comes from this fact that from long time ago - Achaemenid era- till now people have been living in Iran with different languages but these people have had the same government with formal and legal relations. From that time, this people have used official Persian language first in speech and verbal then, not only in speech and verbal but also in writing and have used it for their communication. In fact most of them have two mother tongue and are considered bilingual. It is not correct, we call those people who have one mother tongue “Fārs” and claim that Fāsrs people who do not have another mother tongue except Persian language are dominant on other people in this widespread part of the world, the area of Norouz culture.