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ahrain is the site of the old Dilmun civilization. ahrain was one of the first areas to be converted to islam in 628 AD. After an Arabic occupation, Bahrain was invaded by the Portuguese in 1521, who in turn were driven out of the Safavid Empire under the Persian Empire by Shah Abbas I in 1602.

The Bani Utbah Group conquered Bahrain in 1783 by Nasr Al-Madhkur and has since been governed by the Al Khalifa King's household, with Ahmed al Fateh as the first one. The Bahrain had the first post-oil industry in the Persian Gulf. Since the end of the twentieth  century, Bahrain has been investing in the bank and tourist sector.

It is a member of the United Nations, the Non-Aligned Movement, the Arab League, the Organization for Islamic Cooperation and the Gulf Cooperation Council. Today Bahrain's "two seas" are generally regarded as the cove eastward and westward of the island,[19] the oceans northward and southward of the island,[20] or the saltwater and freshwater above and below it.

Besides wells, there are areas in the ocean just off Bahrain where freshwater gushes in the centre of the saltwater, as the visitor has noticed since ancient times. An alternative to Bahrain's topony is the al-Ahsa area, which states that the two oceans were the Great Green Ocean (the Persian Gulf) and a tranquil lagoon on the Arab continent.

Up to the Middle Ages, "Bahrain" related to the Eastern Arabia, which encompassed southern Iraq, Kuwait, Al-Hasa, Qatif and Bahrain. That was Iql?m al-Bahrayn's "Bahrayn Province". It is not known exactly when the word "Bahrain" began to relate exclusively to the Awal-Archipel. 22 ] The whole stretch of East Arabia's coastline was known as Bahrain for a fortnight.

40 ] Some placenames in Bahrain go back to the Tylos period; for example, the name Arad, a dwelling outskirts of Muharraq, is said to come from "Arados", the old Hellenic name for Muharraq. ahrain was also the place of worshipping an bull goddess named Awal. After Tylos, many hundreds of years Bahrain was known as Awal.

In the fifth c. Bahrain became a center of Nestorian Christianity with the town of Samahij [43] as the residence of the diocesan people. It was in 410 that a bai was evicted from the Bahrain congregation. 40 ] As a cult, the Nestorians were often prosecuted as heresies by the Byzantine Empire, but Bahrain was beyond the empire's sphere of influence and offered some security.

Today, the name of several Muharraq communities reflects Bahrain's religious heritage, with Al Dair standing for "the monastery". After their 976 defeat by the Abbasids [58], the Qarmations were toppled by the Arab Uyunid al-Hasa Uyunid Empire, which took over the whole Bahrain area in 1076. 59 ] The Uyunids ruled Bahrain until 1235, when the island was briefly invaded by the Farsi Lords.

The Bedouin Usfurids overthrew the Uyunid Empire in 1253, taking power over eastern Arabia, which included the Bahrain isles. The riots among the Bahrainese began when Britain formally took full rule of the area in 1892. Sheikh Issa bin Ali, the then sovereign of Bahrain, was the subject of the first insurrection and rebellion in March 1895.

The British Persian Gulf writer Sir Arnold Wilson came to Bahrain from Muscat at the age. 1903 the famous scientist Hermann Burchardt went to Bahrain and took many pictures of historic places, among them the old Qa?r es-Sheikh, which is kept in the Ethnological Museum Berlin today.

A group of Bahraini traders in 1911 called for limitations on Britain's power in the state. But in 1927, Rez? Sh?h, then Shah of Iran, in a message to the League of Nations, called for Belgrave to take tough action on Bahrain, which included promoting conflict between Shiite and Sunni Muslims to end the insurrection and curb Iran's impact.

83 ] Britain's interest in Bahrain's growth was driven by concern about regional aspirations in the Saudis and Iranians. 131 ] Bahrain does not have a shared border with another state, but has a 161 km long coast. Bahrain's biggest islets are Bahrain Island, the Hawar Island, Muharraq Island, Umm an Nasan and Sitra.

Bahiraine has warm winter and very warm, wet summer. There are five declared reserves in Bahrain, four of which are seas. Mashhtan Island, off the Bahrain coastline. Bahrain's first local government election after the country's 1971 sovereignty took place in 2002. Since 3 July 2002, Bahrain has been divided into five districts, each with its own governors.

Bahrain welcomed over eight million tourists in 2008, and the precise number varied each year. 229 ] Most of them come from the neighbouring Arabian states, although more and more come from outside the area, as consciousness of the Kingdom's legacy and its fame is rising through the Bahrain International F1 Circuit.

It has an important cosmopolitan aviation hub, Bahrain Internacional Airports (BIA), situated on the northeastern tip of the city. 235 ] Bahrain's domestic airline Gulf Air is operating on the basis of the Gulf AirIA. 237 ] Transit between the two isles reached its peak after the Bahrain Int'lAIR was built in 1932.

236 ]Bypasses and motorways were later constructed to link Manama to the northern government and the cities of downtown and south Bahrain. Bahrainers are nationally varied. hia Bahrainis are split into two major ethnical groups: Shia Bahrainis are Baharna (Arabs) and the Ajam are Persian Shiites.

The Shia Bahrainis are a small majority of Al-Hasa Hasawis. King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa launched the "King Hamad schools of future" in 2004, which supports the K-12 training in Bahrain with the help of information technology. 279 ] In Edinburgh, in Edinburgh, the Bahrain School (BS) is in charge of the school.

It also promotes higher education by relying on foreign talents and the growing body of Bahrainians who return from abroad with intermediate schooling. Bahrain University has been set up for basic studies and King Abdulaziz University College of Health Sciences, which works under the leadership of the Ministry of Health, provides training for doctors, nursing, pharmacy and first-aid.

In 2001, the National Charter of Action opened the way for the establishment of privately owned colleges such as Ahlia Univeristy in Manama and the Saarland College of Bahrain. Founded in 2005, the Royal Univeristy for Womens (RUW) was the first privately funded, earmarked, Bahrain-based, global institution devoted exclusively to the education of womens.

University of London External has named MCG (Management Consultancy Group) as the local representation for correspondence programs in Bahrain. There have also been opened institutions training Southern Asia graduate school, such as Pakistan Urdu School, Bahrain and Indian School, Bahrain. These are the only Bahrain faculties of medicine besides the Arab Gulf University, the AMA International University and the College of Health Sciences.

The Bahrain healthcare system dates back to 1960. 281 ] Public healthcare is free for Bahrainis and strongly subsidized for non-Bahrainis. 5 percent of Bahrain's GNP, according to the World Organization. Unlike the neighboring Gulf states, Bahrainian doctors and nursing staff make up the vast bulk of healthcare workers.

The American Mission was the first in Bahrain and opened as a pharmacy in 1893. The Salmaniya Medical Complex in the Salmaniya area of Manama was the first open to the general population and also a third of the population to open in Bahrain in 1957. 284 ] There are also privately owned clinics throughout the entire state, such as the International Hospitall of Bahrain.

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