Yrak türkmenleri, Yrakda ýaşaýan türk halky. Yrakly türkmenler Oguz türkleridir we türkiye türkleri we azerbaýjanlylar bilen ýakyn aragatnaşyk saklaýar. Yrak türkmenler sünni we şaýy arasynda deň derejede bölünýär we hristian katolik yrak türkmenleri hem bar.
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- Şablon:Harvnb: "the Turkmen are Iraq's third-largest ethnic group after the Arabs and Kurds"
- Şablon:Harvnb: "The Turkish-speaking Turkmen are the third-largest ethnic group in Iraq after the Arabs and the Kurds."
- Peyrouse, Sebastien (2015). Turkmenistan: Strategies of Power, Dilemmas of Development. Routledge. p. 62. ISBN 978-0-230-11552-1.
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- The New York Times (2015). "Who Are the Turkmens of Syria?". The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/25/world/middleeast/who-are-the-turkmens-of-syria.html?_r=1.
- Şablon:Harvnb: "Turkmen, Iraqi citizens of Turkish origin, are the third largest ethnic group in Iraq after Arabs and Kurds and they are said to number about 3 million of Iraq's 34.7 million citizens according to the Iraqi Ministry of Planning."
- Bassem, Wassim (2016). "Iraq's Turkmens call for independent province". Al-Monitor. Archived from the original on 12 September 2021.
Iraqi Turkmens, who are citizens of Iraq with Turkish origins, have been calling for their own independent province in the Tal Afar district west of Mosul, located in the center of the Ninevah province...Turkmens are a mix of Sunnis and Shiites and are the third-largest ethnicity in Iraq after Arabs and Kurds, numbering around 3 million out of the total population of about 34.7 million, according to 2013 data from the Iraqi Ministry of Planning.
- al-Lami, Mina (July 21, 2014). "Iraq: The minorities of Nineveh". BBC. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-28351073.
- Shams, Alex. "Iraq's Turkmen mobilise for a post-ISIL future". https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2017/2/13/iraqs-turkmen-mobilise-for-a-post-isil-future.