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"Red hair is impossible"
How could say that? I don't even want to count/discuss on how many people have got red hair in my region, family etc. And I am Iranian!
"The phenotype of most Iranians and Indians is very similar"
I think many people on this site tried to prove that "most Iranians" don't have the same heritage. But sadly, you don't seem to get it...(But I've never seen redish pigments on Indian people, although they might have light hair etc.)
"Your white brethern came to India and stole the word "Arya", created this lie about Arya meaning blond and blue eyes"
you are so ignorant, that sometimes I wonder if you've ever read anything about this in your entire life??? Let me shed some light: sources suggest that these "Aryans" were not blond and blue eyed, but had rather black hair and long skulls with fair skins (ironically close to present day Persians) and they actually called themselves the “black heads” or the “Irs” (meaning Iran). Today, most scholars believe that the historical Aryans were not classified by color but by morphology (head, nose, length etc). Did you know that having BLACK hair was a sign of royalty during in Persia? Persian men and women bought some type of black powder from the West (today's Iraq) to dye their own hair. Scholars suggest that Iranians were neither blond nor black-headed. But they had (have) indeed brown/redish hair.
there u go
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