ونه گت بنویشته ره بخوندین: فارسی
- "Iran — The World Factbook". Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
- "Country Profile: Iran" (PDF). Library of Congress – Federal Research Division. May 2008. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
- Beck, Lois (2014). Nomads in Postrevolutionary Iran: The Qashqa'i in an Era of Change. Routledge. p. xxii. ISBN 978-1317743866.
(...) an ethnic Persian; adheres to cultural systems connected with other ethnic Persians (...)
- Samadi, Habibeh; Perkins, Nick (2012). Ball, Martin; Crystal, David; Fletcher, Paul (eds.). Assessing Grammar: The Languages of Lars. Multilingual Matters. p. 169. ISBN 978-1-84769-637-3.
- Fyre, R. N.. (29 March 2012). "IRAN v. PEOPLES OF IRAN". Encyclopædia Iranica. “The largest group of people in present-day Iran are Persians (*q.v.) who speak dialects of the language called Fārsi in Persian, since it was primarily the tongue of the people of Fārs."”
- Anonby, Erik J.. (20 December 2012). "LORI LANGUAGE ii. Sociolinguistic Status of Lori". Encyclopædia Iranica. “Conversely, the Nehāvand sub-province of Hamadān is home to ethnic Persians who speak NLori as a mother tongue. (...) The same is true of areas to the southwest, south, and east of the Lori language area (...): while the varieties spoken there show more structural similarity to Lori than to Persian, speakers identify themselves as ethnically Persian.”