The first country in the Middle East to officially announce the death of Sultan Qaboos and wishes for a smooth transition of power and an urgent statement from the Royal Court raises the madness of the Omanis (know the country that announced the death of Qaboos). ...
Israeli journalist and researcher Edi Cohen claimed the death of the Sultan of Oman Qaboos bin Said, wishing a smooth transfer of power in the Sultanate to Sultan Ahmed Al Saeed.
Cohen said in a tweet via his Twitter account: “May God have mercy on you, Sultan of Oman, captain of the Gulf, Qaboos bin Saeed Al Said, to the Gardens of Mole Amen.”
Omanis responded to the rumors circulating about the death of the country's ruler, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, after Israeli journalist and researcher Edi Cohen claimed the death of the Sultan of Oman Qaboos bin Saeed, coinciding with the news of his illness and his return from a medical trip in Belgium.
The tag “Sultan Qaboos Okayrah” topped the trend list in the Sultanate on Twitter.
The singer Khalfan al-Amiri said: “We made you in the deposits of God, guarding the dhikr and verses of the Falaq,” adding his tweet by saying: “Qaboos is fine.”
An account under the name “Al-Shaheen” writes: “Good evening everyone, to remind the ear we lent of malicious rumors, blatant interpretations, and sarcastic comments that weaken our single national ranks as Qaboos built and laid out its pillars. Their hatred, may God preserve Oman, its Sultan, and its great people. ”
Likewise, a singer in the name of Walid wrote: “My lord Sultan Qaboos, we are waiting for your look, your smile to our hearts, and we are all eager to hear your great word (dear citizens).”
The Omani media did not comment, but the official Omani News Agency said that Sultan Qaboos bin Said sent a message of condolence to Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun, on Tuesday, with the death of Lieutenant-General Ahmed Qayed Saleh, Deputy Minister of National Defense, Chief of Staff of the Algerian National People's Army, to refute Allegations spread on the media.