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Ministry of Information, Sultanate of Oman
The Ministry of Information, Government of Oman, embarked on creating an official source of information on the Sultanate of Oman over the Internet in November 1996 and named this website which went on-line in both Arabic and English, in November 1996 to commemorate His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said’s 26th National Day and changed its domain name to on Feb 2004.
The BBC provides a wide range of distinctive programmes and services for everyone, free of commercial interests and political bias. A chronology of key events in the history of Oman from 700 AD to present day.
Timeline: Oman
U.S. State Department - Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs
This site is managed by the Office of Electronic Information, Bureau of Public Affairs and is a portal for information from the U.S. State Department.
History of Oman
The aim of Arab.Net is to provide the most comprehensive online resource on the Arab worlds, primarily dealing with countries in the Middle East and North Africa. ArabNet is owned by ArabNet Technology (ANT), part of the Saudi Research and Marketing Group.
History of Oman
WebChronology Project
The WebChronology Project, a program of the History Department at North Park University, is a series of hyperlinked chronologies developed by the instructors and historical articles prepared by students intended for use in history classes.
History of West Asia and the Middle EastHistory of Islam
Internet Islamic History Sourcebook
Internet Islamic History Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts for introductory level classes in Islamic History. The Sourcebook is maintained by Paul Halsall of Fordham University.
Islamic History