Yes, there is a mountain of difference. The Arabs, though themselves not homogenous, are a Semitic people, whereas the Persians are Indo-Iranian, their language belonging to the Indo-European language family. In short, they are historically, culturally, linguistically and ethnically separate populations who happen to share a home in the Middle East.
The Qur'an is written in Arabic, not Persian.
The Anglo-Arab horse is a cross between a Thoroughbred stallion and Arabian mare or vice-versa.
Persian is one of many types of Middle Eastern food. The differences between Persian Food and, say, Iraqi or Levantine Arab food are slight, but noticeable. There is a different spice pallet, focusing on saffron over cumin and an increased use of fruits for flavoring. Persian food also has a large number of stews involving aubergines and stewed greens, whereas most Arab stews use meat and beans as primary ingredients. Persian cuisine also has fewer mezzede (appetizers-esque foods) than Arab, Israeli, and Greek cuisine.
Shatt al Arab is in Iraq, at the northern end of Persian Gulf.
Arabic is the language or culture. Arab is a member of the Arabian race.
Well, the name...
Iran does not define itself as an ethnic nation-state, so it is not empirically Arab or Persian. It has a Persian majority (60% of Iranians are Persians), but it also has an Arab minority (2% of Iranians are Arabs), especially in the southwest province of Khuzestan.
Persians were Asiatic. Greeks were European.
Persian War - between the Persian Empire and a\varying alliances of Greek city-states. Peloponnesian War - between Athens and its empire and the Peloponnesian League led by Sparta.
The United Arab Emirates are 3 hours ahead of London.
shah means king(in persian) and syed means also king(in arabian).there is no difference between them.
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Of the countries listed above, only the United Arab Emirates borders the Persian Gulf.
The Persian Gulf Emirates, or more correctly, United Arab Emirates are a federation of seven Arab states that formed a country together in 1971.
Iran is not an Arab country. It is Persian. of course not.Iran is completely different from Arab countries.peo[le in Iran speak Persian & Turkish & some other dialect.while Arabs speak Arabic.
The persian war lasted way longer the the peloponnesian war and the persian wars was a whole bunch of different mini wars
No, Iran is not considered an Arab country because its main language is Persian, not Arabic.
The Persian Gulf sits between countries with three different time zones. There are GMT +3 countries like Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia. Iran is a GMT +3.5 country. And there are two GMT +4 countries: Oman and the United Arab Emirates.Texas is mostly in the GMT -6 timezone, but El Paso is in the GMT -7 timezone.Therefore, the time difference between Texas and the Persian Gulf can be as few as 9 hours or as much 11 hours, depending on which part of Texas and which part of the Persian Gulf are referenced.
Muslim American is one his religion and faith is Islam (he/she can be Arab or non Arab)Arab American is one who his/her mother language is Arabic (he/she cam Muslim or non Muslim)
It flows into the Persian gulf.
Well the difference between Muslim community of Muhammad and the society of Arab is because the Muslim's concerns about God while the Arab believes in God and his oneness
Persian cats are born like that, and punched in faces? How mean! - Kittylover2422
The Middle East is composed of countries spanning western Asia and Egypt. The Gulf countries are on the Persian Gulf, such as Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and UAE.