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Noted writer praises Oman's literary progress since 2011
Noted Omani writer Dr Zakariya al Muharrmi has praised the country's literary progress, especially after the 2011 events. Speaking to Muscat Daily at the 21st Muscat International Book Fair, Dr Muharrmi said there has been an “explosion” among Omani ...
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Oman alone adheres to Ibadhism, an isolated Islamic interpretation, neither Sunni nor Shia. Bahrain is ruled by Sunnis but has been upturned by a Shia protest movement.
“The Sultan's Shadow:” The runaway princess of Zanzibar
When the famous British explorer Richard Francis Burton sailed into the harbor of Zanzibar in 1856, he was intoxicated by the way “earth, sea and sky, all seemed wrapped in a soft and sensuous repose.
Freedom first, here and now
Moved by political rather that theological investigations, many mainstream ulamahs formed an erroneous image of Ibadhism, and only in the 20th century did it become one of the Islamic schools represented in the new Encyclopaedias of Islamic Law ...

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