Article: Again the Dilemma of ‘Persian’ or ‘Farsi’!
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LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
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I think this article is worth reading. Oct 13, 2013

why would anyone want to change the name of a language that has been called something else for centuries, like Persian in this case, and most likely contains many country-specific terms compared to Farsi. I think it is important to reexamine senseless attempts like that.



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