Manah, The Sultan Qaboos College for

Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers (SQC-TANNS) in the Wilayat

of Manah in the Governorate of A’Dakhiliyah today organised a lecture

themed Religious Coexistence in the Sultanate of Oman. The lecture

was given by Dr. Mohammed bin Said al-Ma’amari, Adviser to the

Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs. The College also organised an

exhibition highlighting aspects of the lecture’s theme.

The lecture reviewed aspects of the religious coexistence in

Oman during the old and modern ages. It also touched on firm

foundations in welcoming the other, positive interaction, human

harmony and peaceful coexistence.

The lecturer affirmed that the Omani experience witnessed

during its history coexistence among all, as well as exchanging

benefits. He added that openness of the Omanis in the world and their

sea voyages gave them a civilised experience and confidence as they

possess values that enabled them to set up strong partnerships with

countries of the world, in addition to the Omanis’ ability to benefit from

the geographical location and their relations in establishing peace,

security and stability.

The lecture aims at familiarising students with the Sultanate’s

civilised role in disseminating the culture of understanding and

moderation with various nations around the world.

Source: Oman News Agency