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Ibadites

 

or Abadites, followers of a moderate movement of the Muslim Khariji sect. The sect was founded in the seventeenth century in Iraq and was named after Abd-allah-ibn-Ibad, who formulated its concepts. Ibadites fought against the caliphate and created their own imamates, among them the one in Taher, North Africa, which lasted from the eighth to the beginning of the tenth century. Ibadites are found today in Oman and in the North African states of Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya.

REFERENCE

Lewicki, T. “Les subdivisions de l’Ibădiyya.” In the collection Studia islamica,[vol.] 9. Paris, 1958.
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But Muscat like the rest of the GCC bloc is against Iran's control over Yemen which is next door to the Ibadi sultanate - though Doha rivals Riyadh in helping a chaotic Sunni-led war on the Iran/Russia-backed Alawite dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad in Syria - where Oman is neutral.
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The foreign minister added that the Ibadi sect, dominant in Oman, was like any other Islamic sect, extending from Oman to Africa, and had nothing to do with Oman's relations with Iran.