Muscat Daily

Wafa bint Ali al Am­riyah

- Patriarchy · Sexism · Women's Rights · Society · Discrimination · Feminism · Human Rights · Social Movements · Oman · Qaboos

Chair­per­son of Omani Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion, Seeb

Almighty Al­lah en­dowed Oman with women’s em­pow­er­ment dur­ing the Late His Majesty Sul­tan Qa­boos bin Said’s Blessed Re­nais­sance. Women could act as part­ners with men across sec­tors that fits with their na­ture, abil­i­ties and skills.

There­fore, this day as­sumes great sig­nif­i­cance for ev­ery Omani woman be­cause it makes them feel recog­nised. It is an in­cen­tive to ex­ert more ef­forts to work for the progress of their coun­try. It re­news women’s sense of re­spon­si­bil­ity to­wards their fam­i­lies and their so­ci­ety be­cause the one who gave them con­fi­dence ex­pects them to be re­spon­si­ble and wor­thy of real­is­ing what is ex­pected of them.

Women in Oman are keen to have le­gal and so­cial aware­ness to pro­tect their rights and en­sure a bal­anced life. Women are ex­pected to fo­cus on re­li­gious as­pects too to lead a sound life based on the prin­ci­ples of de­cent liv­ing. In this way, women can be­come a shield for the na­tion that secures the fu­ture of com­ing gen­er­a­tions.

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