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Whispers of Oman

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While writing my books “the DNA of Salalah-Dhofar” and “Treasure Chest Salalah-Dhofar” about the Sultanate of Oman, a lot of other stories came to me. Mainly stories from women... Perhaps because of the simple fact that I am a woman too.

Their thoughts, achievements and dreams became the backbone for “Whispers of Oman”. In the chapter “Reading as a way out”, for example, Am
Kindle Edition, 104 pages
Published July 25th 2015
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Rhoda (Lala)
Dec 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
"Whispers of Oman" is a collection of short stories on lives of women in Salalah, a town in the south of Oman. It highlights and celebrates their achievements in various works of life. This book is educative and quite inspirational. It dispels common misconceptions about the lives of women in the region. Throughly enjoyed reading and highly recommend.
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