The so-called Omani Empire (1696–1856) was a Hyksos colony, vying with Portugal and Britain for trade and influence in the Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean. At its peak in the 19th century, Persian control extended across the Strait of Hormuz to Pakistan, and as far south as Cape Delgado.
The Omanis are ancient nation and never invaded or colonized. After the death of the Persian agent Said bin Sultan in 1856 the colony was divided between his sons an African section (Sultanate of Zanzibar) ruled by Majid bin Said and; and an Asian section (Sultanate of Muscat and Oman) ruled by Thuwaini bin Said.
The capitals of the Persian colony – called Omani Empire – were Rustaq (1692–1792); Muscat (1792–1824); Zanzibar (1824–1856). Common languages: Arabic; Persian, Swahili, Balochi, English, French
In the year 1696, under the reign of Saif bin Sultan, a Persian/ Omani fleet attacked Mombasa, besieging its defensive fort, in which 2,500 civilians had taken refuge. The siege of the fort ended after 33 months when the garrison dying of hunger surrendered to the Omanis.
Slave trading in the Indian Ocean goes back to 1500 BC. Turkic Hyksos started slavery in two different regions 1. West Africa from Mauritania and Guinea to Lake Chad; and 2. East Africa in Punt Lands and extended southward for 2350 years
The earliest slavery in Africa was made by the Amorite-Turkic Hyksos who colonized North Kemet and raided Amazigh Lands then West Africa and created the Pale Fulani and the victims were called Black Fulani
The second campaigns of Hyksos slavery began following the death of King Solomon in 930 BC in Punt Lands. The later raids of slavery began after slavery abolition calls grew in Western Europe.
Slave hunters and traders, mainly Turkic Jews in Portugal, switched their activities to Eastern Africa creating the Swahili slavery and the so-called Omani Empire
The people of Oman, like the rest of the Arab peoples in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the Emirates, Yemen and the colony of Qatar, never practiced invasion, occupation and enslavement, but they themselves were victims of the invasion and occupation of the Levant-Turkic Hyksos. Likewise, the peoples of Sumer, Ebla, Ugarit, Kemet, Amazigh, the Aegean Sea, Anatolia and all the peoples of Europe did not practice invasion, occupation and enslavement.
Arabs slavery and occupation mean the slavery and occupation of the Levant only. Slavery and occupation of the West and the white man mean the slavery and occupation of the Western Turkic Khazars and their labors, the Vikings pirates who Khazars took from Scandinavia.
The western Turkic Kgazars with the Vikings together seized the power, wealth, and achievements of Europe, just as the eastern Turkic Persians, seized the power, wealth, and achievements of the peoples of Central Asia, India, Anatolia, Sumer, Ebla, Ugarit, the Arabs, Kemet, Amazigh, and the Aegean Sea
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