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Azerbaijanis
Azərbaycanlılar, Azərilər
آذربایجانلیلار، آذریلر
Azerigirls.JPG
Azerbaijani girls in tradeetional dresses
Tot population
c. 30-35 million[1][2]
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Iran mair nor 15 million (Encyclopædia Britannica)[3]
12.9–18 million (CIA factbook,[4] Knüppel,[5] Izady,[6] Swietochowski[7])
18–27 million (e.g. Elling,[8] Shaffer,[9] Minahan,[10] Gheissari[11])
 Azerbaijan 9,973,697 (2017)[12]
 Roushie 603,070–1,500,000[13][14]
 Turkey 530,000–800,000[14][15]
 Georgie 233,178[16]
 Israel 100,000[17]
 Kazakhstan 85,292[18]
 Fraunce 70,000[19]
 Ukraine 45,176[20]
 Uzbekistan 44,400[21]
 Turkmenistan 33,365[22]
 Unitit States 24,377–400,000[23][24][25]
 Netherlands 18,000[26]
 Kyrgyzstan 17,823[27]
 Germany 15,219[28]
 Unitit Arab Emirates 7,000[29]
 Unitit Kinrick 6,220[30]
 Belaroushie 5,567[31]
 Canadae 4,580[32]
 Swaden 2,935[33]
 Latvie 1,657[34]
 Austrick 1,000[35]
 Estonie 923[36]
 Lithuanie 648[37]
 Norawa 501[38]
 Australie 290[39]
Releegion
Predominantly Shia Islam; minority Sunni Islam, Judaism,[40][41] Bahá'í Faith,[42][43] Zoroastrianism,[44] Irreleegion,[45] Christianity[46][47]
Relatit ethnic groups
Turkic fowks (Oghuz Turks)

Azerbaijanis or Azeris (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycanlılar آذربایجانلیلار, Azərilər آذریلر), an aa kent as Azerbaijani Turks[48][49][50] (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan türkləri آذربایجان تورکلری), are a Turkic[51][52][53] ethnic group in the Caucasus leevin mainly in Iranian Azerbaijan an the independent Republic o Azerbaijan.

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  2. Sela, Avraham (2002). The Continuum Political Encyclopedia of the Middle East. Continuum. p. 197. ISBN 0-8264-1413-3. 30–35 million 
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  4. "Iran". CIA: The World Factbook. CIA. 14 November 2011. Retrieved 4 October 2012. 16% of 77,891,220 [12.5 million] 
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  9. Shaffer, Brenda (2003). Borders and Brethren: Iran and the Challenge of Azerbaijani Identity. MIT Press. pp. 221–225. ISBN 0-262-19477-5 "There is considerable lack of consensus regarding the number of Azerbaijanis in Iran ...Most conventional estimates of the Azerbaijani population range between one-fifth to one-third of the general population of Iran, the majority claiming one-fourth" Azerbaijani student groups in Iran claim that there are 27 million Azerbaijanis residing in Iran."
  10. Minahan, James (2002). Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: S-Z. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 1765. ISBN 978-0-313-32384-3 "Approximately (2002e) 18,500,000 Southern Azeris in Iran, concentrated in the northwestern provinces of East and West Azerbaijan. It is difficult to determine the exact number of Southern Azeris in Iran, as official statistics are not published detailing Iran's ethnic structure. Estimates of the Southern Azeri population range from as low as 12 million up to 40% of the population of Iran – that is, nearly 27 million..."
    • Ali Gheissari, "Contemporary Iran:Economy, Society, Politics: Economy, Society, Politics", Oxford University Press, 2 April 2009. pg 300Azeri ethnonationalist activist, however, claim that number to be 24 million, hence as high as 35 percent of the Iranian population"
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