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! style="background:#ddf; width:10%;"|Şar
! style="background:#ddf; width:10%;"|Fotraf
! style="background:#ddf; width:15%;"|{{small|[[The World Factbook|World Factbook]] / [[Library of Congress Country Studies]] estimatetexmini (2004–present)2004–ewro}}<ref name="CIA-ethnic-groups"/><ref name="LoC-pdf">{{cite web|url= http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/profiles/Afghanistan.pdf |title=Country Profile: Afghanistan |publisher=[[Library of Congress Country Studies]] on Afghanistan |date=August 2008|accessdate=October 10, 2010}}</ref>
! style="background:#ddf; width:15%;"|{{small|World Factbook / Library of Congress Country Studies estimatestexmini (prever-2004)}}<ref name="CIA-1991">{{cite web|url=http://www.umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact90/world12.txt|title=The World Factbok – Afghanistan |quote=''_#_Ethnic divisions: Pashtun 50%, Tajik 25%, Uzbek 9%, Hazara
12-15%; minor ethnic groups include Chahar Aimaks, Turkmen, Baloch, and
other''|work=The World Factbook/Central Intelligence Agency|publisher=[[University of Missouri]]|date=October 15, 1991|accessdate=2011-03-20}}</ref><ref name="LoC">{{cite web |url=http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?frd/cstdy:@field(DOCID+af0037) |title=Ethnic Groups |publisher=Library of Congress Country Studies|year=1997|accessdate=2010-10-08}}</ref><ref name="CIA-1992">{{cite web|url=http://www.umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact92/wf930006.txt|title=PEOPLE – Ethnic divisions:|quote=''Pashtun 38%, Tajik 25%, Uzbek 6%, Hazara 19%; minor ethnic groups include Chahar Aimaks, Turkmen, Baloch, and others''|work=The World Factbook/Central Intelligence Agency|publisher=University of Missouri|date=January 22, 1993|accessdate=2011-03-20}}</ref>
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| [[Pashtun peoplePeştuki|PashtunPeştu]]
| [[File:Khost children in 2010.jpg|150px]]
| align=center|42%
| align=center|38–50 percent
|-
| [[Tajik peopleTaciki|TajikTacik]]
| [[File:Afghan children in Badakhshan Province-2012.jpg|150px]]
| align=center|27%
| align=center|25–26.3% (of this 1% are [[Qizilbash]])
|-
| [[Hazara peopleHazarastan|HazaraHazari]]
| [[File:Hazara people from central Afghanistan.jpg|150px]]
| align=center|9%
| align=center|10–19 percent
|-
| [[UzbeksUzbekıstan|Uzbek]]
|
| align=center|9%
| align=center|500,000 to 800,000
|-
| [[Turkmen peopleTırkmenıstan|TurkmenTırkomen]]
|
| align=center|3%
| align=center|2.5 percent
|-
| [[Baloch peopleBeluçıstan|BalochBeluc]]
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| align=center|2%
| align=center|100,000
|-
| OthersBini ([[Pashai people|Pashai]], [[Nuristani peopleNurıstan|NuristaniNurıstani]], [[History of Arabs in Afghanistan|ArabErebi]], [[Brahui people|Brahui]], [[Pamiri people|Pamiri]], [[Gujjar]], etcbin.)
|
| align=center|4%
|}
===Zıwani===
[[Farski|Dari]] u [[Peştuki]] zıwanê Efğanıstano resmiyo.
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="width:100%; float:left;"
|+Languages of Afghanistan
|-
! style="background:#ddf; width:30%;"|LanguageZıwan
! style="background:#ddf; width:20%;"|{{small|World Factbook / Library of Congress Country Studies (1992-present estimateewro)}}<ref name="CIA-languages"/><ref name="LoC-pdf"/>
! style="background:#ddf; width:20%;"|{{small|[[Ethnologue]] / World Factbook / [[Encyclopædia Iranica|Iranica]] (pre-1992 estimatestexmini)}}<ref name="CIA-1991"/><ref name="Iranica-Afghanistan-lang"/><ref name="Ethnologue">{{Cite web|url=http://www.ethnologue.com/14/show_country.asp?name=Afghanistan|title=Languages of Afghanistan|work=SIL International|publisher=[[Ethnologue|Ethnologue: Languages of the World]]|accessdate=2010-09-18}}</ref>
|-
| [[Farski|Dari]])
| [[Dari (Persian)|Persian]] (officially called [[Dari (Persian)|Dari]])
| align=center |50%
| align=center |25-50%
|-
| [[Pashto language|PashtoPeştuki]]
| align=center |35%
| align=center |35-55%
|-
| [[Uzbek languageUzbekısta|UzbekUzbeki]]
| align=center |8.5%
| align=center |9%
|-
| [[Turkmen languageTırkmenıstan|TurkmenTırkmenki]]
| align=center |2.5%
| align=center |500,000 speakers
|-
| 30 others ([[Balochi language|Balochi]], [[Nuristani languages|Nuristani]], [[Pashayi language|Pashayi]], [[Brahui language|Brahui]], [[Hindko language|Hindko]], [[Pamir languages|Pamiri]], [[Kyrgyz language|Kyrgyz]], [[Gujari]], etc.)
| align=center |4%
| align=center |4%
|}
===Baweriye===
[[File:Doost Marble Factory in Herat.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Herat de yew fabrika]]
*'''[[İslam]]''': 99.7%
**[[İslamo Sunni]]: 80-89%
**[[İslamo Şıi]]: 10-19%
*'''Bini''': 1%
==Ekonomiye==
Ekonomiya Efğanıstan zaf xırabo.Seserra 20ıne de ekonomiye biyê qewetıne ema ewro be leci zaf biyê xırab.
==Kultur u Literatur==
Mıtfaqê Efğani zaf zengıno.
[[File:Afghan food.jpg|thumb|A table setting of Afghan food in [[Kabul]].]]
[[File:Afghan men feasting.jpg|thumb|Afghan men feasting on [[Qabuli Palau|palao]] in the [[Kunar Province]].]]
 
* Nanweri;
** [[Qabuli Palau|Palao]] (traditional [[rice]] dish)
** Mosh Palao
** [[Chorba|Shorba]] (Afghan [[soup]])
** [[Do Pyaza]]
** [[Manti (dumpling)|Mantu]] ([[meat]] dumplings)
** [[Kofta]] ([[meatballs]])
** [[Kichiri]]
** [[Qorma Sabzi]]
** Baunjan (cooked [[eggplant]] w/[[potatoes]] and [[tomatoes]])
** Bendee/Baumya (cooked [[okra]] w/potatoes and tomatoes)
** Heeknusb ([[hummus]])
** [[Ashak]]
** [[Aush]] (hand made [[noodles]])
** [[Baghlava]] (baklava)
** [[Bolani]] (Afghan flat bread or ''[[crêpes]]'')
** [[Chapli Kabab]]
** [[Shor-Nakhod]] ([[chick peas]] w/special toppings)
** [[Naan]] ([[Afghan bread]])
 
* Şirini:
** [[Gosh Feel]] ([[pastry]])
** [[Halwa]]
** Shir Berinj ([[rice pudding]])
** [[Ferni]]
** [[Kadu Bouranee]] ([[Pumpkins|sweet pumpkins]])
** [[Jelabi]]
** Maleeda or Khajoor
** [[Spice Rub]]
 
==Referansi==
<references/>
[[File:US Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan.jpg|400px]]
 
== FotrafiGaleriye ==
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FileImage:Loya7.jpg|<br />
FileImage:AfghanistanHelmandKajakaiDamm.jpg|<br />
Image:Blue Mosque in the northern Afghan city in 2012.jpg<br />
Image:2011 Afghan Youth Voices Festival.jpg|<br />
Image:Afghan musicians in Farah.jpg|<br />
Image:Kabul downtown after 2002.jpg|<br />
Image:2011 SCF Kabul-3.jpg|<br />
Image:Kabul Medical University in 2006.jpg|<br />
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