Culture and Religion by Jonas, Rohan, Mads and Liam

Oman is well known for their hospitably service. When you are invited home to someone it will mean coffee kahwa whites is a strong drink. The food will be halwa, a sticky sweet gelatinous thing, whites is made from brown sugar, honey, and spices. It can be flavored whit many different ingrideences like chocolates.
The food meals are often rice as main ingredience together whit cooked meats. The main daily meal is usually eaten at midday while the evening meal is lighter

Traditionally food

Its daily simple but by using various marinades and impregnating meat whit spices, the result is a mouth-watering concoction which stimulates the taste-bugs. Chicken fish and mutton are regular dishes. A favorite drink is a laban, a salty buttermilk. Yogurt drinks, flavors whit cardamom such as nuts are popular.

Similarities with Qatar

They both have mosques.
They have similar animals.
They are both dessert countries.
Both countries can speak Arabic.

Culture

Religion effects the Culture but not the other way around
Oman is famous for their kanjar knives, which are curved daggers worm during holydays as part of the ceremonial dress. Today traditions clothing is worm by most men.


The Omani culture has its roots in the Islamic religion. Oman developed its own particular form of Islam, called Ibadhism, after its founder, Abdullah ibn Ibadh who lived during the 7th century.

National Dress

For men the national dress is an ankle-length, collarless gown with long sleeves called a Dishdasha.
For women comprises a dress worn over trousers (Sirwal) and a headdress (Lihaf).

Language’s

Omani people speak Arabic and English. Here are a few words in Arabic translated to English.


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And just in case you do something then this is the persons you need to run away:
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