Fri

04

Nov

2011

Oman - Oman sets an example

If there is one factor that stands out which makes Oman and its people different and special, it is that tolerance is a way of life. We could learn a lot from Oman as a nation and individuals. Oman sets an example


Boston Herald.com

By Joseph McDonough
Saturday, October 29, 2011

 

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Sun

27

Mar

2011

In Oman, a young female editor exemplifies new boldness

Thousands of Omanis of all ages attend a rally earlier this month in support of their leader of 40 years, Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said, in Muscat, Oman.        Jackie Spinne
Thousands of Omanis of all ages attend a rally earlier this month in support of their leader of 40 years, Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said, in Muscat, Oman. Jackie Spinne

THE CHRISTAIN SCIENCE MONITOR 

Kawkab al-Balushi, a bold student newspaper editor, wants to challenge authority – but disagrees with the divergent approach of some of her more rebellious peers who just 'want a Blackberry,' she says.

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Sun

17

Oct

2010

Omani Woman’s Day Celebration

Muscat, Oct 17 (ONA)-The celebrations to mark the Omani Woman's Day, which falls on  October 17th each year, commenced today by organizing the Omani Woman Forum "A partner in Development" at Al Bustan Palace Hotel, under the auspices of Dr. Ali bin Mohammed bin Moosa, Deputy Chairman of the CBO Board of Governors and Chairman of the Tender Board and lasts for two days.

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Sun

17

Oct

2010

Oman

The oldest independent state in the Arab world, Oman is one of the more traditional countries in the Gulf region and was, until the 1970s, one of the most isolated.

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