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Volume :14 Issue : 55 1988      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

PERSIAN INTERVENTION IN OMANI AFFAIRS (1737 – 1744)

Auther : By: Dr. Mohamed H. Al-Aydarouss

 
            At a time of internal troubles, Nadir Shah sent his troops to assist the deposed Seif Bin Sultan.  After committing many atrocities, the Persian forces reinstated.  The deposed ruler, whose conduct that violated principles of Islam, united the people against him.  Nadir Shah for the second time, at the request of Seif Bin Sultan, sent troops to assist him.  But therefore when the troops arrived, the people chose Imam Sultan Bin Murshid in lieu of Seif Bin Sultan.  The new Imam was able to lift the siege imposed on Suhar City and liberate Suhar Fort.  Three days later, he died of the wounds he received in the battle.  Few days later, Seif Bin Sultan who was confined to Al-Hazm Fort died.  This was the end of the unified Ya’arubi Family in Oman.

         The leader of the Persian troops Kalb Ali was killed, which rapped the morale of the Persian troops and this made the Persian leader Merza Taqi Khan seek a cease-fire, negotiations and finally withdrawal from Oman.  Negotiations were held between Ahmed bin Said, ruler of Suhar and the Persians.

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