Kurdsu lies in the Near- and Middle East. This is approx. the circumference of current regions, remained from ancient Kurdsu, where nowadays different Kurdish peoples live and we call it Kurdsu or Kurdsán, the farsized Kurdistan. The Map of a country and the National Identity are “historical geographic-cultural integral, distinction in a specific linguistic feature” grounded in historical evidences, which are accurate with the present Kurdish country map.
Within this circumference never existed a Persian community settlement. The Arabs and Turks communities in this territory among the Kurds are arabized-, turkized-Kurds and partly from Arabs and Turkish origin settled after the Islam up to now in several occasions. Outside this circumference, the current regions Shiraz, Kerman, Isfahan and Araq-Ajam (Arak-Sultanabad) are occupied by the Persians probably and their Kurdish native peoples gradually transformed into Persians afterwards Islam.
The name present Badar Abbas (next to Mináw, Farsi: Minab, at south-eastern of the map) was Gombrun, which since its annexation to Safavia (Persia), had acquired the new name of Bunder Abbas, or Port of Abbas in the reign of Shah-Abbas in 1619 AD, (Arthur John Booth, London 1902: 30-33). Shah Abbas is a corrupt form of the origin Kurdish Šá Bás (Wás) name of the Safavi sovereign (1587-1628 AD).
The Arabs occupied current Syria, the ancient Šám/Šum, and Iraq after the Muslims conquered the Kurdish Šádánian realm (224-651 AD), the last Kurdish realm. Šádánian (Satanian) was the ethnic “Ezidian/Kákáian/Ahl-haqian” Empire, which in the course of the Aryanization, has been falsely introduced as the Sasanian, new Persian Empire. The Muslim’ war-reports point to the fact that they have crossed over the Kurdish Flood River “Upŕhatu, Ufrahatu” from south-east of present Iraq. Before the Turks’ invasions Mongols Seljuq Dynasties AD 1055 – 1194 and IL-Khan Dynasty AD 1256 – 1336, the river Halys, in current Turkey the Kizilirmak River (Red River) was the boundary between the Kurds and the Greeks, (Herodotus History 1.72). This is a real image of North Kurdsu. From the page of Shwany Abdulsitar.