In that case, none of it would be counted towards the province's own per capita GDP.
But there are other examples. Relative to the national average, East Azarbaijan province isn't poor. Nor is Zanjan province, nor Mazandaran province. None of these are considered majority Persian. And they all have per capita GDP's superior to Fars and Kerman provinces, the majority of whose inhabitants are native Persian speakers.
As for Tehran, its population consists of all linguistic groups present in Iran. To characterize it as an exclusively Persian city would be incorrect.
Many of the violent rioters killed in Tehran were native Persian-speakers. Thus, the lady who passed away (we don't know whether she was actually killed) represents one versus many.
When they protest in Esfahan province, where in fact the largest demonstrations relative to the water issue took place, they are native Persian-speakers. And so on.
Iranians from different linguistic sub-groups cannot be identified by their skin color nor by their looks.
Skintone-wise, native Persian-speakers aren't any whiter than members of numerous other linguistic groups. Look at native Azari-speakers such as Supreme Leader Khamenei or IRGC general Baqeri and see how fair skinned they happen to be. In fact Iranians of different linguistic backgrounds for the most part are physically indistinguishable. And within most linguistic sub-groups of Iran, one will find multiple skin tones (there are pretty fair-skinned native Persian-speakers but also much darker skinned ones, same goes for many other linguistic groups).
As said, there's been heavy inter-marriage between Iranians of different linguistic groups historically, and this phenomenon has only intensified in the modern era with urbanization (around 80% now), development of inter-city transportation and infrastructures, public education and so on.
The Tehran bourgeoisie is also comprised of people from a variety of national linguistic backgrounds.
In Iran neither of the two holds true.
Every people say the same than you about their own state, but it's just lies.
It's something that all people do, but it's ugly to say clearly.
If you are Persian in Iran likely you will have higher income than if you are non-Persian.
And so on, all the f states of this world works that way. Of course there are Persian people poor in Iran, and Jewish people poor in USA, and Han Chinese people poor in China, but in a less amount than any other ethnicity in those countries.
And when people make mayhem in streets they are asking for money, but they never say that clearly, beause it's ugly to say it, and instead they say excuses and talk about lack of freedom, when they are really complaining about lack of money.
Visit the Iranian Threads, it's been discussed there by Iranians, still a few dozen of members aren't representative of the whole population.Many things discussed in the thread, but no one asked the Iranian members for their opinion on the hijab/headscarf practices.
What would Iran lose if it abolished these obligations and released them completely? As far as I know, these issues have occupied a serious place in Iran's domestic policy discussions since the Khamenei's first years.
9/10 or more of the Iranians members here are highly against the Islamic way of ruling in Iran, against Kamenai, against Islam, against "Arab" imported religion, against Semites, and so on ,....
Yeah, social media will give you just an approximate idea, I've edited my post to 7/10,Closer to 5/10 I'd say. They're just more vocal, more active and use verbal violence and mob-like tactics to silence those with opposing views. Also don't forget that most Iranian users here are living outside Iran where the proportion of oppositionists is superior, and even inside Iran it's more the oppositionist type who tends to frequent so-called social media, forums etc. With this in mind, you can get some idea of the actual composition of public opinion in Iran. It's nothing like what the internet suggests.
Yeah, social media will give you just an approximate idea
I was talking about here in pdf, you were outnumbered 1 against 5 at least, mods have to ban you from the thread just to Abid to the majority demand.
I was really shocked by the aggressiveness and verbal violence against you, dunno why people can't exchange opposite ideas with calm and within the boundaries of civility (like you do).
Also was shocked by the hatred toward Islam and Arabs from some Iranian members.
I just hope they aren't representative of commun Iranians
Out of control oppositionist exiles in London harass, insult and beat a Moslem Iranian man wishing to offer namaz (prayers) to Allah at the Islamic Center funded by the Islamic Republic. British police witness the scene and refuse to intervene:
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Rioting outlaws in the Holy City of Mashhad brutally assault a group of pious Moslem Iranians next to a mosque, stab one repeatedly in the arm and murder another, a war veteran, by stabbing him in the heart; they damage equipment belonging to the mosque: