It's Persian Gulf , not "Gulf" nor "Arabian Gulf"

The standard dirty game of altering history for political reasons is being stirred up again, this time targeting the Persian Gulf, in collaboration with US, EU, Israel and the treacherous drunkard puppet Arab leaders of the Arabian peninsula for the sake of justifying the intrusion of US aircraft carriers onto Iranian waters in the Persian Gulf. 

That waterway has been known as the "Persian Gulf" for centuries. And now suddenly the puppet leaders of the Arabian peninsula are insisting on calling it the "Gulf" .. sometimes the "Arabian Gulf."

Google, a known partisan and supporter of Zionist interest, has recently left the Persian Gulf waterway nameless in its map.   BBC, the old thief and disgruntled colonizer, has lately started calling it the "The Gulf."

But history speaks for itself. 

Old documents preserved in the UN and the UNESCO show the name of this body of water has always been 'Persian Gulf' since a very, very long time ago.  The United Nations with its 22 Arab member countries has on two occasions officially declared the unalterable name of the sea between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula as the "Persian Gulf."   The first announcement was made through the document UNAD, 311/Qen on March 5, 1971 and the second was UNLA 45.8.2 (C) on August 10, 1984.   Also, the annual U.N. conference for coordination on the geographical names has emphatically repeated the name "Persian Gulf" each year.  

All well accepted Arabic works including the Arabic Encyclopedia, Al-Monjad, known to be the most reliable of all modern Arab sources, refer to this waterway as the Persian Gulf.

There are undeniable legal evidences and documents in confirmation of the originality, authenticity and genuineness of the term Persian Gulf.  From the year 1507 to 1560 in all the agreements that Portuguese, Spanish, British, Dutch, French and Germans concluded with the Iranian government and other political events are still preserved.  In each one of these documents there is a mention of the name "Persian Gulf."   There is absolutely no such thing as the "Arabian Gulf."

In all official documents of agreements between the Iranian and Arab governments there is the mention of "Al-Khalij al-Farsi" in Arabic texts.   Also, the document in English text for the independence of Kuwait which was signed between the emir of Kuwait and representatives of the British government refers to the waterway as "Persian Gulf."   This document, which was signed on June 19, 1961 by Abdullah As-Salem As-Sabah, has been registered in the Secretariat of the United Nations according to article 102 of the U.N. Charter and can be invoked at any U.N. office.

The ancient name for this waterway was often the "Fars Sea."   'Fars' relating to 'farsi' (or Pars relating to Persian).   But since the early 20th century it's been mentioned in all history and geography of schools and colleges as the "Persian Gulf." 

In early 1930s,  a British crook by the name of "sir" Charles Bellgrave who was the British envoy in Bahrain, attempted to give a faked name to the Persian Gulf with the purpose of re-taking Bahrain and some small islands in the Persian Gulf belonging to Iran.  But his attempt did not succeed.  The name of the waterway continued to be the "Persian Gulf."