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The Imamate of OmanThe Imamate of Oman, A.D. 1174 Summer

Lying in between the Hadhramaut and south of the Nejd, the famous nation of the Ibadi’s led by their Imam, hold sway. Since the beginning of time, the fertile areas along the coasts have been inhabited by the descendants of the eastern Yemeni tribes. Masqat, the perfect port, had always been an important center for commerce and discreetly used its forceful hand of trade to reach the far depths of the orient and the land of the Aswad. During the coming of Islam, Oman rallied to the rightful banner and fought alongside the Prophet (SAW) and his Sahaba. Once the Prophet ascended to heaven, Oman followed the path of Abd Allah ibn Ibad, establishing the Ibadi tradition of Islam. The Ibadis, known for their neutrality and their adherence to conservative ideals, have inhabited the land ever since and spread their beliefs to the far-reaching islands of Zenjibar, Al-Jezair, Libiyya and Sumatra. During the second century ( 8th century), the Imam ruled from Ibn Ibad’s birthplace of Nizwa and the nation prospered. “The Imam was elected by a body of Ulama and the Imam's position was confirmed when the Imam--having gained the allegiance of the tribal sheiks--received the bay'ah (oath of allegiance) from the public”. Masqat also benefited greatly from the coming of Islam, and once again became a massive economic hub, their influence reasserted itself and trade routes were reestablished to India, Africa and Sumatra.After the initial founding of the Ibadi sect, Oman was conquered by many different forces. The Qarmatians, Buyyids and Seljuqs all took control of the peninsula until the Nahbani dynasty took control. The Nahbani’s established the first regional dynasty in the area for over three hundred years.Now, it is up to the Imam to lead the Nahbani Dynasty to greatness. The Sultan of Masqat has been defeated and the Shaikhs have stopped fighting to vest their power in the authority of the Imam. Take pride, for the soldiers have swelled your ranks with the best fighting men that this coast has seen. The swordsmen, who dance the Rahza to settle disputes, have all sharpened their blades and set out to rally in Nizwa. The tribes have sent their best sons on their well-bred camels to expand your authority. Now, the Sultan has decided to cooperate, and has used the massive wealth of the merchants to hire foreign troops to aid in our conquests. Under your leadership, o holy Imam, we will rebuild the Ummah indeed!


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