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Half Polish half Persian? I can't possibly be alone in the whole world with this mix?


Belle 1 | 1
10 Feb 2013  #1
Is there anyone out there who's half polish half persian?? Even to Google that description seems almost impossible...
And who speaks both languages..?
I've seen and heard of polish/arabic but never polish/persian?
I am both, father persian mother polish, and raised in Sweden. (Born in Poland)
The older i get, the more i get interseted.

I can't possibly be alone in the whole world with this mix?!
If so; wheres the door to BBC or 60 minutes (or Oprah)? :)
APF 4 | 106
10 Feb 2013  #2
There are Millions of half persians-half poles .. look, Poland is a big country but there are only 40 million inhabitants, half of Germany .. 20 Million Polish women went abroad with the time .. from these, 16 Millions married or live in relationship with foreign men ..

I think this guy is Half Persian - Half Polish

youtube.com/watch?v=sT0wLherOpE
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
10 Feb 2013  #3
@APF
I love your statistics.
OP Belle 1 | 1
10 Feb 2013  #4
I am very well aware of how the situation has been in both countries ;)
i live in europe, i am well aware of both polish and iranian history and who's been where and so on.

My point is not " omg am i alone" of course i know im not - My point is - where are the few ones?

And with that beeing Said My twist to this is i want them to speak both languages.

I have 3 friends that are half persian half swedish None of them speak persian.
So.. Anyone Else with à liiiitle bit better reply?? :)
:)
Polsyr 6 | 769
10 Feb 2013  #5
Sent you a PM on the subject.
Ironside 48 | 9,705
10 Feb 2013  #6
Persia is a historically Polish ally.
there are some indication of closer ties but details are lost to the past.
PolishPersian
5 Sep 2013  #7
Hi (:
I'm half polish and half persian. But I raised in the Middle East...
Now I have a question. Do you know any half persian half poland models?!
Thank you (:

BTW by "know" I mean heard about, not close realationship with one. I just wanna see if they are anything like me.
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Sep 2013  #8
Do you know any half persian half poland models?!

I dont know any muslim models
pierogi2000 4 | 229
5 Sep 2013  #9
Here is the inconvenient truth about interracial mixing. Very rarely is the combination: Polish male + X. It's 80%: Polish female + X. Meaning the woman takes on the males culture and leaves Polish behind. This is probably why you don't hear much of the Polish angle. It's ignored because the womens background & upbringing is ignored or discouraged.
PolishPersian
5 Sep 2013  #10
Well, I am not a Muslim nor I am a Christian. And my family is very Europian-like
World_Citizen 1 | 4
7 Sep 2013  #11
Isn't this basically a racist comment. Should not forum administrator respond to such a racist reply. Is this simply a playground for ignorant people with shallow knowledge of almost everything to waste their time feeding into this kind of baseless alienation of one group of people.

Bravo.... Now they will like you and accept you one of them. maybe you should also die your hair blond so you become totally European citizen. Your post is so stupid as if you are ashamed of your background. Why can't you just be proud of who you are?
pierogi2000 4 | 229
7 Sep 2013  #12
Who is your anger directed at? Original poster is typical multicultural child = neither culture.
PolishPersian
7 Sep 2013  #13
This is so stupid, Worls_Citizen. I will not even answer that, because you're just trying to make me be ashamed of myself when you don't even know who I am. But I will explain it "on the top of the fork", as we say in my country.

My grandparents are Holocost survivers. Of course they don't want anything to do with Poland. They hate this place. They didn't want me to fly there. It's their biggest nightmare. And my dad's parents? They ran away from Persia. They were too poor, too unwanted. This country just wanted all the Jews out.

So yeah. I am Jewish. I live in Israel. My parents have no connection to these places, Poland and Persia. And we are a really European family. What can I do? It's Israel! You might think we only have desserts and Camels, but we are actually more like a country from Europe that was dropped in the Middle East.

Now, will you please stop judging me?
Thank you. That's so nice of you.
Wulkan - | 3,251
8 Sep 2013  #14
So you are not half Polish half Persian, you're simply Jewish from both, mother's and father's side. You have nothing to do with Poland, either culture or blood wise, so I don't understand why you even bothered posting on this forum.
dany_moussalli 13 | 263
8 Sep 2013  #15
i'm a mixture of polish and syriac (aramean) (original people of syria and no they're not arabs )
PolishPersian
8 Sep 2013  #16
Well of course I am connected to Poland and Persia by blood! I told you my grandparents were born there...
Besides, what do you mean by "I don't understand why you even bothered posting on this forum"?! Maybe because I AM half Polish and half Persian?! Maybe because even if I weren't, I have a free will and a right to do so?

Why are you talking to me like that? Is that because I'm Jewish? Israeli? It seems pretty hatefull and anti-Semitic to be rude to someone because of that, and because of that only.
Wulkan - | 3,251
8 Sep 2013  #17
Well of course I am connected to Poland and Persia by blood! I told you my grandparents were born there...

gah but they were of Jewish origin, you said that.
World_Citizen 1 | 4
8 Sep 2013  #18
I've read carefully the" Posting Guidlines" And I don't see any reason for this forum administrators to delete my posts. Please if I am violating these guidelines in any way, can you explain to me how I am doing this even via email?

Thank you
Wulkan - | 3,251
8 Sep 2013  #19
I've read carefully the" Posting Guidlines"

reading comprehension seems to be something you have issues with.

First of all your post is off topic, you also personally insult users in your posts above which were not noticed by mods yet, basically complaining about your posts being unfairly deleted is the last thing you should do because it's exactly the other way round.
AlicjaK - | 14
8 Sep 2013  #20
I know only one Polish Persian person. She's teenager, born in Poland, in Wrocław. And yes, i know much more half Arabs. Maybe it's just because there is much more Arabs?
World_Citizen 1 | 4
9 Sep 2013  #21
you also personally insult users in your posts

Please Wulkan check if all your post are still there, because I believe that also some of your posts have been also deleted. Do you remember the one post saying that you wish that "they" stay out of Polska. Where is it?
Wulkan - | 3,251
9 Sep 2013  #22
Do you remember the one post saying that you wish that "they" stay out of Polska

I have never said that, it was someone else.

Please Wulkan check if all your post are still there, because I believe that also some of your posts have been also deleted.

If I break the forum rules my posts are deleted and so are yours.
PolishPersian
9 Sep 2013  #23
So what if they were Jewish? If a Jewish person is born and raised in New York, he is not an American?
What difference does it make? What if they were Muslims in Poland, so they weren't really Polish?
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
9 Sep 2013  #24
So what if they were Jewish? If a Jewish person is born and raised in New York, he is not an American?

Better ask yourself if someone born in Israel without an ounce of Jewish blood in him or that of none Israeli citizen is automatically an Israeli citizen just because he was born there? Poland just like Israel follows the law of blood as the primary mechanism through which one may obtain citizenships, rather than jus soli like in US. US citizen laws do not apply to neither Poland nor Israel.
Harry
9 Sep 2013  #25
Not entirely true: Israel limits the right to one generation (as do countries such as the UK); Poland has no such limit (which is why there's the frankly stupid situation of people whose family haven't set foot in Poland for generations qualifying for Polish citizenship). Also, people born in Israel can apply for Israeli citizenship purely on the grounds that they were born there (there are, from memory, a couple of hoops that need to be jumped through).
TaiCat 1 | 30
20 Oct 2013  #26
It makes me sad, really, that people want to argue with mixed-ancestry person, trying to show them they are better than them. What are you trying to prove really??

and what the feck is race-purity anyway? We're all human and no matter is you're black or green, we can have offsprings, that means something does it? Genetically there is no difference between us, it's all about them cultures that divide us!
alwayasrezu
29 May 2014  #27
I AM!!! I don't speak either language though as I grew up learning English in the US.

My parents actually met in ESL (English Second Language)

Mom is from Poland
Dad is from Iran

Cheers ^.^

-Arezu Monika
Sam7seven
5 Oct 2014  #28
Hello belle!i was searching some articles in relation with poland and Persia and end up with this forum!!its amazing I am persian and my wife is polish we've got 2 beautyfull kids and we try to teach them speaking both languages which is pretty difficult at times considering we live in Belgium and they speak French at school but I think we're doing good:-) my older daughter speaks both of them pretty well and she will get better and my youngest one is just 2years old so there you go hope I have answered your question

I tell you that at the very first you were actually ashamed to say where you are from!then by reading your entire comment I realised that you've been actually growing up in your country basically being somehow brainwashed and I'm going to tell you exactly why!!i am persian married a polish girl having 2wonderfull kids and having no geopolitical cultural or religious based problems at all because first of all we are just 2human beings respecting each other in everyway you could imagine and that works pretty well!im going back to tell you why you are being a little brainwashed and I find it really pittyful!you probably don't know or have been informed otherwise but right now there exist a large persian Jew community living in Persia (iran) peacefully and without any problem!! I know my wife knows aswell because we go back to the country once a year for holiday they live nearby my parents house and we get to see them often!!and hey juste a question : why would you say something like we are having a very European like sort of life??? Do you think that does sound like you are a better person? Juste be proude of yourself without being disrespectful! Have a good day

i wrote this as an answer to PolishPersian user !
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Oct 2014  #29
!!i am persian married a polish girl

Did she convert to Islam?
Andoria1 - | 1
2 Nov 2014  #30
Hi
Just letting you know you arent the only half polish, half assyrian female out there. I am polish from mother side and assyrian from father side i was born in australia.


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