Aspects of social life in Oman from the third century AH to the end of the eighth century AH
Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities,
2022, Volume 2022, Issue 4, Pages 3520-3539
AbstractOman is one of the most important Islamic regions due to its geographical, historical and cultural location, which is reflected in the social reality in it. Because of the trade practiced by the Omanis during the pre-Islamic era and after the Islamic conquests, it made the people of Oman open in their relations with the rest of the peoples. The Omanis spread the Islamic religion through trade, but Oman itself contained a number of non-Muslims, Christians, Jews and Magi from the remnants of the Persian state, which was reflected in the aspects of social life that we are about to study.
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