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Results and Consequences of Political Relations between Ghavasem and Britain (1192 AH / 1778 AD-1309 AH / 1892 AD)
Mostafa Pirmoradian
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In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, a tribal power called the Qawasim emerged on the southeastern shores of the Persian Gulf known as Oman Mutasaleh and its opposite shores in southern Iran. They see interests in the region, including Britain. The emergence of Qawasim not as a group of Arab pirates looting merchant ships in the waters of the Persian Gulf and the Sea of ​​Oman, but as the rule of a tribe of Arabs living on the shores of both sides of the Persian Gulf. Which could have hampered free trade for the British. In this research, we seek to answer this main question through a descriptive-analytical method and through a library study: What were the results and consequences of Qawasem's political relations with Britain (1792 AH / 1778 AD - 1235 AH / 1820 AD)? Convergence with Britain, leading to changes and transformations such as; The recognition of Qawasim as an independent power and state prevented the danger of the Wahhabi domination of the Persian Gulf, the shortening of Oman's hand forever from the northern shores, the formation of the sheikhdoms of the Persian Gulf, and so on.
Keywords: Qawasim, Britain, Oman, Wahhabis, Oman Mutalash.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2020/11/12 | Accepted: 2021/10/3
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