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By the 5th century, Bahrain became a centre for Nestorian Christianity , with the village Samahij [43] as the seat of bishops.

In , according to the Oriental Syriac Church synodal records, a bishop named Batai was excommunicated from the church in Bahrain. Muhammad ordered a surprise attack on the Banu Salim tribe for allegedly plotting to attack Medina.

He had received news that some tribes were assembling an army on Bahrain and preparing to attack the mainland. But the tribesmen retreated when they learned Muhammad was leading an army to do battle with them.

In , the Qarmatians , a millenarian Ismaili Muslim sect, seized Bahrain, seeking to create a utopian society based on reason and redistribution of property among initiates.

Thereafter, the Qarmatians demanded tribute from the caliph in Baghdad , and in sacked Mecca and Medina , bringing the sacred Black Stone back to their base in Ahsa , in medieval Bahrain, for ransom.

According to historian Al-Juwayni , the stone was returned 22 years later in under mysterious circumstances. Wrapped in a sack, it was thrown into the Great Mosque of Kufa in Iraq, accompanied by a note saying "By command we took it, and by command we have brought it back.

Following their defeat by the Abbasids , [58] the Qarmatians were overthrown by the Arab Uyunid dynasty of al-Hasa , who took over the entire Bahrain region in In , the Bedouin Usfurids brought down the Uyunid dynasty, thereby gaining control over eastern Arabia , including the islands of Bahrain.

In , the Portuguese Empire allied with Hormuz and seized Bahrain from the Jabrid ruler Muqrin ibn Zamil , who was killed during the takeover.

Portuguese rule lasted for around 80 years, during which time they depended mainly on Sunni Persian governors. The latter were tribes returning to the Arabian side of the Persian Gulf from Persian territories in the north who were known as Huwala.

Bahrain was not new territory to the Bani Utbah; they had been a presence there since the 17th century. The Al Bin Ali were the dominant group controlling the town of Zubarah on the Qatar peninsula, [68] [69] originally the center of power of the Bani Utbah.

After the Bani Utbah gained control of Bahrain, the Al Bin Ali had a practically independent status there as a self-governing tribe.

They used a flag with four red and three white stripes, called the Al-Sulami flag [70] in Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait , and the Eastern province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The House of Khalifa moved from Qatar to Bahrain in Originally, their ancestors were expelled from Umm Qasr in central Arabia by the Ottomans due to their predatory habits of preying on caravans in Basra and trading ships in Shatt al-Arab waterway until Turks expelled them to Kuwait in , where they remained until In the early 19th century, Bahrain was invaded by both the Omanis and the Al Sauds.

In it was governed by a year-old child, when the Omani ruler Sayyid Sultan installed his son, Salim, as governor in the Arad Fort.

He sailed to Bahrain to reassure the Sheikh that this was not the case and drew up an informal agreement assuring the Sheikh that Britain would remain a neutral party.

In , the Al Khalifas used the same tactic when the British tried to overpower Bahrain. Eventually the Government of British India overpowered Bahrain when the Persians refused to protect it.

Colonel Pelly signed a new treaty with Al Khalifas placing Bahrain under British rule and protection. It specified that the ruler could not dispose of any of his territory except to the United Kingdom and could not enter into relationships with any foreign government without British consent.

Other agreements in and sealed the protectorate status of Bahrain to the British. Unrest amongst the people of Bahrain began when Britain officially established complete dominance over the territory in The first revolt and widespread uprising took place in March against Sheikh Issa bin Ali, then ruler of Bahrain.

Before the development of petroleum, the island was largely devoted to pearl fisheries and, as late as the 19th century, was considered to be the finest in the world.

In , a group of Bahraini merchants demanded restrictions on the British influence in the country. In , the British introduced administrative reforms and replaced Sheikh Issa bin Ali with his son.

Some clerical opponents and families such as al Dossari left or were exiled to Saudi Arabia and Iran. The Bahrain Petroleum Company Bapco , a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company of California Socal , [88] discovered oil in and production began the following year.

This was to bring rapid modernisation to Bahrain. In the early s, Bahrain Airport was developed. Later in the same decade the Bahrain Maritime Airport was established, for flying-boats and seaplanes.

On 19 October , four Italian SM. The riots focused on the Jewish community. As of [update] , 37 Jews remained in the country.

In a month-long uprising broke out after hundreds of workers at the Bahrain Petroleum Company were laid off.

On 15 August , [96] [97] though the Shah of Iran was claiming historical sovereignty over Bahrain, he accepted a referendum held by the United Nations and eventually Bahrain declared independence and signed a new treaty of friendship with the United Kingdom.

Bahrain joined the United Nations and the Arab League later in the year. Following the Islamic revolution in Iran in , the Bahraini Shia population orchestrated a failed coup attempt under the auspices of a front organisation, the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain.

The resulting clash with police soon grew into civil unrest. A popular uprising occurred between and in which leftists, liberals and Islamists joined forces.

The country participated in military action against the Taliban in October by deploying a frigate in the Arabian Sea for rescue and humanitarian operations.

Following the political liberalisation of the country, Bahrain negotiated a free trade agreement with the United States in Iran is alleged by United States and others to have a hand in the arming of Bahraini militants.

Bahrain is a generally flat and arid archipelago in the Persian Gulf. Often described as an archipelago of 33 islands, [] extensive land reclamation projects have changed this; by August the number of islands and island groups had increased to Bahrain has mild winters and very hot, humid summers.

Arable land constitutes only 2. A hydrochemical study identified the locations of the sources of aquifer salinisation and delineated their areas of influence.

The investigation indicates that the aquifer water quality is significantly modified as groundwater flows from the northwestern parts of Bahrain, where the aquifer receives its water by lateral underflow from eastern Saudi Arabia, to the southern and southeastern parts.

Four types of salinisation of the aquifer are identified: Four alternatives for the management of groundwater quality that are available to the water authorities in Bahrain are discussed and their priority areas are proposed, based on the type and extent of each salinisation source, in addition to groundwater use in that area.

Dust storms from Iraq and Saudi Arabia transported by northwesterly winds, locally called shamal wind, causing reduced visibility in the months of June and July.

Summers are very hot. The seas around Bahrain are very shallow, heating up quickly in the summer to produce very high humidity , especially at night.

Rainfalls mostly occur in winter, with a recorded maximum of More than species of birds were recorded in the Bahrain archipelago, 26 species of which breed in the country.

Millions of migratory birds pass through the Persian Gulf region in the winter and autumn months. Only 18 species of mammals are found in Bahrain, animals such as gazelles , desert rabbits and hedgehogs are common in the wild but the Arabian oryx was hunted to extinction on the island.

Sea grass beds are important foraging grounds for some threatened species such as dugongs and the green turtle. The Hawar Islands Protected Area provides valuable feeding and breeding grounds for a variety of migratory seabirds, it is an internationally recognised site for bird migration.

The breeding colony of Socotra cormorant on Hawar Islands is the largest in the world, and the dugongs foraging around the archipelago form the second-largest dugong aggregation after Australia.

Bahrain has five designated protected areas , four of which are marine environments. The forty members of the Shura are appointed by the king.

In the Council of Representatives, 40 members are elected by absolute majority vote in single-member constituencies to serve four-year terms.

After approval, the king may ratify and issue the act or return it within six months to the National Assembly where it may only pass into law if approved by two thirds of both councils.

In , the country held its first parliamentary elections ; however, two years later, the late emir dissolved the parliament and suspended the constitution after parliament rejected the State Security Law.

The first , held in was boycotted by the opposition, Al Wefaq , which won a majority in the second in and third in Islamists opposed the law because "neither elected MPs nor the government has the authority to change the law because these institutions could misinterpret the word of God".

The law was supported by women activists who said they were "suffering in silence". They managed to organise a rally attended by participants.

This why we have eyes from the American Embassy watching us during our sessions, to ensure things are swinging their way". The period between and known as the " State Security Law Era ", saw wide range of human rights violations including arbitrary arrests, detention without trial, torture and forced exile.

Human rights conditions started to decline by when torture began to be employed again. In , Bahrain was criticised for its crackdown on the Arab spring uprising.

In September, a government appointed commission confirmed reports of grave human rights violations including systematic torture. The government promised to introduce reforms and avoid repeating the "painful events".

The documentary TV film Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark which was produced by the Qatari channel Al Jazeera , talks about the Bahraini protests during This TV film showed all the violations that have been taken against the rights of Bahraini citizens during the uprising.

It also caused some problems between the Bahraini and the Qatari governments. In August , United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke against the discrimination of Shias in Bahrain, saying, "Members of the Shia community there continue to report ongoing discrimination in government employment, education, and the justice system," and that "Bahrain must stop discriminating against the Shia communities.

Women in Bahrain acquired voting rights and the right to stand in national elections in the election. Bahraini journalists risk prosecution for offenses which include "undermining" the government and religion.

Journalists were targeted by officials during anti-government protests in Three editors from opposition daily Al-Wasat were sacked and later fined for publishing "false" news.

Several foreign correspondents were expelled. Most domestic broadcasters are state-run. An independent commission, set up to look into the unrest, found that state media coverage was at times inflammatory.

It said opposition groups suffered from lack of access to mainstream media, and recommended that the government "consider relaxing censorship".

It will be based at a planned "Media City". An opposition satellite station, Lualua TV, operates from London but has found its signals blocked.

By June , Bahrain had , internet users. Rigorous filtering targets political, human rights, religious material and content deemed obscene. Bloggers and other netizens were among those detained during protests in The kingdom has a small but well equipped military called the Bahrain Defence Force BDF , numbering around 13, personnel.

The Government of Bahrain has close relations with the United States , having signed a cooperative agreement with the United States Military and has provided the United States a base in Juffair since the early s, although a US naval presence existed since Bahrain participates in the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen against the Shia Houthis and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh , [] who was deposed in the Arab Spring uprising.

Bahrain established bilateral relations with countries worldwide. Bahrain plays a modest, moderating role in regional politics and adheres to the views of the Arab League on Middle East peace and Palestinian rights by supporting the two state solution.

Saudi Arabian troops were sent into Bahrain to crush a pro-democracy protests in The first municipality in Bahrain was the 8-member Manama municipality which was established in July By , it undertook road expansions as well as opening markets and slaughterhouses.

Manama , Hidd , Al Muharraq , and Riffa. The first municipal elections to be held in Bahrain after independence in , was in The municipalities are listed below:.

After 3 July , Bahrain was split into five administrative governorates , each of which has its own governor.

Economic conditions have fluctuated with the changing price of oil since , for example during and following the Persian Gulf crisis of — With its highly developed communication and transport facilities, Bahrain is home to a number of multinational firms and construction proceeds on several major industrial projects.

Unemployment, especially among the young, and the depletion of both oil and underground water resources are major long-term economic problems.

As a tourist destination, Bahrain received over eight million visitors in , though the exact number varies yearly. The kingdom combines modern Arab culture and the archaeological legacy of five thousand years of civilisation.

Bird watching primarily in the Hawar Islands , scuba diving , and horse riding are popular tourist activities in Bahrain. Many tourists from nearby Saudi Arabia and across the region visit Manama primarily for the shopping malls in the capital Manama, such as the Bahrain City Centre and Seef Mall in the Seef district of Manama.

Since , Bahrain hosts an annual festival in March, titled Spring of Culture , which features internationally renowned musicians and artists performing in concerts.

The festival featured concerts starring Andrea Bocelli , Julio Iglesias and other musicians. Bahrain has one main international airport , the Bahrain International Airport BIA which is located on the island of Muharraq, in the north-east.

The airport handled more than , flights and more than 8 million passengers in Bahrain has a well-developed road network , particularly in Manama.

The discovery of oil in the early s accelerated the creation of multiple roads and highways in Bahrain, connecting several isolated villages, such as Budaiya , to Manama.

To the east, a bridge connected Manama to Muharraq since , a new causeway was built in which replaced the old wooden bridge.

The four main islands and all the towns and villages are linked by well-constructed roads. A causeway stretching over 2.

It was completed in December , and financed by Saudi Arabia. In , there were 17,, passengers transiting through the causeway.

In , there were more than 45, telephones in use in the country. By , Batelco had more than , mobile contracts. The Bahraini Economic Vision published in does not indicate how the stated goal of shifting from an economy built on oil wealth to a productive, globally competitive economy will be attained.

Bahrain has already diversified its exports to some extent, out of necessity. It has the smallest hydrocarbon reserves of any Gulf state, producing 48, barrels per day from its one onshore field.

The gas reserve in Bahrain is expected to last for less than 27 years, leaving the country with few sources of capital to pursue the development of new industries.

Investment in research and development remained very low in Apart from the Ministry of Education and the Higher Education Council, the two main hives of activity in science, technology, and innovation are the University of Bahrain established in and the Bahrain Centre for Strategic, International, and Energy Studies.

The latter was founded in to undertake research with a focus on strategic security and energy issues to encourage new thinking and influence policy-making.

Bahrain hopes to build a science culture within the kingdom and to encourage technological innovation, among other goals.

In , the Bahrain Science Centre was launched as an interactive educational facility targeting 6—year olds. The topics covered by current exhibitions include junior engineering, human health, the five senses, Earth sciences and biodiversity.

The agency plans to establish infrastructure for the observation of both outer space and the Earth. The aim is to establish a knowledge hub for the six member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

In March , the centre hosted two high-level workshops on ICTs and education. In , the government devoted 2. This ratio was on a par with investment in education in Lebanon and higher only than that in Qatar 2.

Bahrain invests little in research and development. In and , this investment reportedly amounted to 0. The lack of comprehensive data on research and development poses a challenge for policy-makers, as data inform evidence-based policy-making.

The available data for researchers in only cover the higher education sector. Here, the number of researchers is equivalent to 50 per million inhabitants, compared to a global average for all employment sectors of 1, per million.

From to , university staff published 5 papers and books. Bahrain was one of 11 Arab states which counted a majority of female university graduates in science and engineering in It is harder to judge the contribution of women to research, as the data for only cover the higher education sector.

This corresponds to 15 articles per million inhabitants, compared to a global average of per million inhabitants in Scientific output has risen slowly from 93 articles in and remains modest.

By , only Mauritania and Palestine had a smaller output in this database among Arab states. Between and , Bahraini scientists collaborated most with their peers from Saudi Arabia articles , followed by Egypt , the United Kingdom 93 , the United States 89 and Tunisia In , approximately , Indian nationals lived in Bahrain, making them the single largest expatriate community in the country.

Much of this population is concentrated in the north of the country with the Southern Governorate being the least densely populated part.

Bahraini people are ethnically diverse. Shia Bahrainis are divided into two main ethnic groups: Shia Persians form large communities in Manama and Muharraq.

Sunni Bahrainis are mainly divided into two main ethnic groups: Arabs al Arab and Huwala. Sunni Arabs are the most influential ethnic group in Bahrain, they hold most government positions and the Bahraini monarchy are Sunni Arabs.

The state religion of Bahrain is Islam and most Bahraini citizens are Muslim. The majority of Bahraini Muslims are Shiites. There is a native Christian community in Bahrain.

Non-Muslim Bahraini residents numbered , per the census, most of whom are Christians. Bahrain also has a native Jewish community numbering thirty-seven Bahraini citizens.

Due to an influx of immigrants and guest workers from southern Asian countries, such as India, the Philippines and Sri Lanka , the overall percentage of Muslims in the country has declined in recent years.

Arabic is the official language of Bahrain, though English is widely used. Malayalam , Tamil and Hindi are spoken among significant Indian communities.

Education is compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and Coeducation is not used in public schools, with boys and girls segregated into separate schools.

After World War I , Bahrain became open to western influences, and a demand for modern educational institutions appeared. Bahrain also encourages institutions of higher learning, drawing on expatriate talent and the increasing pool of Bahrain nationals returning from abroad with advanced degrees.

The University of Bahrain was established for standard undergraduate and graduate study, and the King Abdulaziz University College of Health Sciences , operating under the direction of the Ministry of Health, trains physicians , nurses , pharmacists and paramedics.

The Royal University for Women RUW , established in , was the first private, purpose-built, international university in Bahrain dedicated solely to educating women.

Bahrain has a universal health care system, dating back to Healthcare expenditure accounted for 4. The life expectancy in Bahrain is 73 for males and 76 for females.

As a result, cases of malaria and TB have declined in recent decades with cases of contractions amongst Bahraini nationals becoming rare.

Bahrain is currently suffering from an obesity epidemic as Islam is the main religion, and Bahrainis are known for their tolerance towards the practice of other faiths.

Rules regarding female attire are generally relaxed compared to regional neighbours; the traditional attire of women usually include the hijab or the abaya.

Although Bahrain legalized homosexuality in , many homosexuals have since been arrested. The modern art movement in the country officially emerged in the s, culminating in the establishment of an art society.

Expressionism and surrealism , as well as calligraphic art are the popular forms of art in the country. Abstract expressionism has gained popularity in recent decades.

The wind tower , which generates natural ventilation in a house, is a common sight on old buildings, particularly in the old districts of Manama and Muharraq.

Literature retains a strong tradition in the country; most traditional writers and poets write in the classical Arabic style.

In recent years, the number of younger poets influenced by western literature are rising, most writing in free verse and often including political or personal content.

In literature, Bahrain was the site of the ancient land of Dilmun mentioned in the Epic of Gilgamesh. Legend also states that it was the location of the Garden of Eden.

The music style in Bahrain is similar to that of its neighbors. The Khaliji style of music, which is folk music , is popular in the country.

The sawt style of music, which involves a complex form of urban music, performed by an Oud plucked lute , a violin and mirwas a drum , is also popular in Bahrain.

Bahrain was also the site of the first recording studio amongst the Persian Gulf states. Association football is the most popular sport in Bahrain.

Basketball , rugby and horse racing are also widely popular in the country. This was followed by the Bahrain Grand Prix in Bahrain hosted the opening Grand Prix of the season on 12 March of that year.

Both the above races were won by Fernando Alonso of Renault. The race has since been hosted annually, except for when it was cancelled due to ongoing anti-government protests.

The V8s returned every November to the Sakhir circuit until , in which it was the second event of the series. The series has not returned since.

On 1 September , Bahrain changed its weekend from being Thursdays and Fridays to Fridays and Saturdays, in order to have a day of the weekend shared with the rest of the world.

Notable holidays in the country are listed below:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Bahrain disambiguation.

Sovereign island state in the Persian Gulf. Since 17 November List of expeditions of Muhammad. Bahraini uprising of , Saudi-led intervention in Bahrain , and Arab Spring.

Wildlife of Bahrain and List of birds of Bahrain. Human rights in Bahrain. Foreign relations of Bahrain. Telecommunications in Bahrain and Internet in Bahrain.

Demographics of Bahrain and Freedom of religion in Bahrain. Bahraini people and Ethnic, cultural and religious groups of Bahrain.

Religion in Bahrain, Pew Research [] [8] Muslim. Arabic Bahrani , Gulf. List of universities in Bahrain. Archived from the original on 29 December Retrieved 25 January Retrieved 10 September Archived from the original on 20 March Retrieved 31 January United Nations Development Programme.

Subsequent races have also been night races. Shortly after the Formula One February testing, Grand Prix organizers for Bahrain announced a decision to name the first corner of the iconic track after former seven-time champion German driver Michael Schumacher in honour of his achievements and also in support after the driver suffered an almost fatal skiing accident late December The building of the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir was started in with high domestic interest about the project as it gave a future to the next generation of Bahraini racers.

Bahrain had fought off fierce competition from elsewhere in the region to stage a F1 race, with Egypt , Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates all hoping for the prestige of hosting a Formula One Grand Prix.

By the completion of the project, the circuit became the centre of motor sport in the Persian Gulf , as it held many other races such as drag races, GT races, Formula 3 races and the Australian V8 Supercar series.

The first race was in The race was won by German driver Michael Schumacher for Ferrari. Fernando Alonso won the second Bahrain Grand Prix for Renault in , and then became the first repeat winner of the Middle Eastern race in again for Renault , after a thrilling race-long battle with Michael Schumacher.

In and , Brazilian Felipe Massa won the race for Ferrari. After his triumph, Alonso became the first three-time winner.

The race saw a new circuit configuration being used for the Grand Prix. It used the "Endurance Circuit" layout, extending the lap length to 6.

There is then a sequence of five turns before the cars head back to the original circuit. Then comes a left-right kink before a tight hairpin returns the cars onto the main track.

On 21 February , it was announced that the Bahrain Grand Prix scheduled for 13 March was cancelled due to the Bahraini protests. World champion racer Damon Hill called on Formula One not to reschedule saying that if the race went ahead "we will forever have the blight of association with repressive methods to achieve order".

Human rights activists called for a cancellation of the Bahrain Grand Prix , which took place on 22 April, because of reports of ongoing use of excessive force by authorities and torture in detention.

I feel very uncomfortable about going to Bahrain. And I think that would be unacceptable, both for F1 and for Bahrain. In that context, Anonymous launched on 21 April the operation opBahrain, threatening the Formula 1 representatives of a cyberattack in case they go on with Bahrain Grand Prix.

Hours later, Anonymous hackers took down the f1-racers. The Grand Prix reverted to using the corner Grand Prix Circuit configuration last used in , instead of the Endurance Circuit configuration used in A characteristic of the course is the giant run-off areas, which have been criticised for not punishing drivers who stray off the track.

However, they tend to prevent sand getting onto the track and make Bahrain one of the safest tracks in the world. Although alcoholic beverages are legal in Bahrain, the drivers do not spray the traditional champagne on the podium.

Instead, they spray a non-alcoholic rosewater drink known as Waard. Drivers in bold are competing in the Formula One championship in the current season.

But the series had logistical problems after the race, when the cars were delayed on their way to Malaysia , missing the next event and had to reschedule the rest of the season.

The Porsche Supercup has supported the , , and races. The GP2 Series supported the race in and a celebrity race was held in with the likes of Simon Webbe competing.

GCC citizens and residents, and nationals of 66 countries are eligible for visa on arrival in Bahrain throughout the year.

The visa is available to Grand Prix ticketholders and is free of charge. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Da konnte niemand mithalten. Es hat gerade so gereicht. Einen Sieg konnte er in der Wüste aber noch nie feiern. Given the nature of the track, race-goers in Bahrain have always got a decent chance of being treated to a 'duel in the desert' or three. You can usually expect great racing and decent amounts of overtaking in Bahrain, while the drivers have to contend with wind, racing under floodlights and the difficulty of finding a decent set-up with the wide temperature fluctuations between sessions. The race was dominated like many in by the two Ferraris, with Michael Schumacher winning out from Rubens Barrichello, while the crowds were also treated to a fantastic dog-fight between the Jaguar of Mark Webber and the Renault of Fernando Alonso. Es sieht so aus, als könne Sauber nach langer Zeit mal wieder die rote Laterne abgeben.

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Hätte Bottas mit einer anderen Taktik gewonnen? Navigation Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 8. Pierre Gasly war auf Rang 5 die Überraschung des Qualifyings. Da hatte ich ein wenig mit Verkehr zu kämpfen. Der ruhmreiche Rennstall hat ein Auto, das er nicht versteht und Fahrer, die den Ingenieuren nicht bei der Lösung der Probleme helfen können. Hamilton gab sich nach der Aufholjagd von Startplatz 9 nicht unzufrieden: Sakhir When was the track built? Nico Hülkenberg Renault 1:

But the tribesmen retreated when they learned Muhammad was leading an army to do battle with them. In , the Qarmatians , a millenarian Ismaili Muslim sect, seized Bahrain, seeking to create a utopian society based on reason and redistribution of property among initiates.

Thereafter, the Qarmatians demanded tribute from the caliph in Baghdad , and in sacked Mecca and Medina , bringing the sacred Black Stone back to their base in Ahsa , in medieval Bahrain, for ransom.

According to historian Al-Juwayni , the stone was returned 22 years later in under mysterious circumstances. Wrapped in a sack, it was thrown into the Great Mosque of Kufa in Iraq, accompanied by a note saying "By command we took it, and by command we have brought it back.

Following their defeat by the Abbasids , [58] the Qarmatians were overthrown by the Arab Uyunid dynasty of al-Hasa , who took over the entire Bahrain region in In , the Bedouin Usfurids brought down the Uyunid dynasty, thereby gaining control over eastern Arabia , including the islands of Bahrain.

In , the Portuguese Empire allied with Hormuz and seized Bahrain from the Jabrid ruler Muqrin ibn Zamil , who was killed during the takeover. Portuguese rule lasted for around 80 years, during which time they depended mainly on Sunni Persian governors.

The latter were tribes returning to the Arabian side of the Persian Gulf from Persian territories in the north who were known as Huwala.

Bahrain was not new territory to the Bani Utbah; they had been a presence there since the 17th century.

The Al Bin Ali were the dominant group controlling the town of Zubarah on the Qatar peninsula, [68] [69] originally the center of power of the Bani Utbah.

After the Bani Utbah gained control of Bahrain, the Al Bin Ali had a practically independent status there as a self-governing tribe.

They used a flag with four red and three white stripes, called the Al-Sulami flag [70] in Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait , and the Eastern province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The House of Khalifa moved from Qatar to Bahrain in Originally, their ancestors were expelled from Umm Qasr in central Arabia by the Ottomans due to their predatory habits of preying on caravans in Basra and trading ships in Shatt al-Arab waterway until Turks expelled them to Kuwait in , where they remained until In the early 19th century, Bahrain was invaded by both the Omanis and the Al Sauds.

In it was governed by a year-old child, when the Omani ruler Sayyid Sultan installed his son, Salim, as governor in the Arad Fort. He sailed to Bahrain to reassure the Sheikh that this was not the case and drew up an informal agreement assuring the Sheikh that Britain would remain a neutral party.

In , the Al Khalifas used the same tactic when the British tried to overpower Bahrain. Eventually the Government of British India overpowered Bahrain when the Persians refused to protect it.

Colonel Pelly signed a new treaty with Al Khalifas placing Bahrain under British rule and protection. It specified that the ruler could not dispose of any of his territory except to the United Kingdom and could not enter into relationships with any foreign government without British consent.

Other agreements in and sealed the protectorate status of Bahrain to the British. Unrest amongst the people of Bahrain began when Britain officially established complete dominance over the territory in The first revolt and widespread uprising took place in March against Sheikh Issa bin Ali, then ruler of Bahrain.

Before the development of petroleum, the island was largely devoted to pearl fisheries and, as late as the 19th century, was considered to be the finest in the world.

In , a group of Bahraini merchants demanded restrictions on the British influence in the country. In , the British introduced administrative reforms and replaced Sheikh Issa bin Ali with his son.

Some clerical opponents and families such as al Dossari left or were exiled to Saudi Arabia and Iran. The Bahrain Petroleum Company Bapco , a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company of California Socal , [88] discovered oil in and production began the following year.

This was to bring rapid modernisation to Bahrain. In the early s, Bahrain Airport was developed. Later in the same decade the Bahrain Maritime Airport was established, for flying-boats and seaplanes.

On 19 October , four Italian SM. The riots focused on the Jewish community. As of [update] , 37 Jews remained in the country.

In a month-long uprising broke out after hundreds of workers at the Bahrain Petroleum Company were laid off. On 15 August , [96] [97] though the Shah of Iran was claiming historical sovereignty over Bahrain, he accepted a referendum held by the United Nations and eventually Bahrain declared independence and signed a new treaty of friendship with the United Kingdom.

Bahrain joined the United Nations and the Arab League later in the year. Following the Islamic revolution in Iran in , the Bahraini Shia population orchestrated a failed coup attempt under the auspices of a front organisation, the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain.

The resulting clash with police soon grew into civil unrest. A popular uprising occurred between and in which leftists, liberals and Islamists joined forces.

The country participated in military action against the Taliban in October by deploying a frigate in the Arabian Sea for rescue and humanitarian operations.

Following the political liberalisation of the country, Bahrain negotiated a free trade agreement with the United States in Iran is alleged by United States and others to have a hand in the arming of Bahraini militants.

Bahrain is a generally flat and arid archipelago in the Persian Gulf. Often described as an archipelago of 33 islands, [] extensive land reclamation projects have changed this; by August the number of islands and island groups had increased to Bahrain has mild winters and very hot, humid summers.

Arable land constitutes only 2. A hydrochemical study identified the locations of the sources of aquifer salinisation and delineated their areas of influence.

The investigation indicates that the aquifer water quality is significantly modified as groundwater flows from the northwestern parts of Bahrain, where the aquifer receives its water by lateral underflow from eastern Saudi Arabia, to the southern and southeastern parts.

Four types of salinisation of the aquifer are identified: Four alternatives for the management of groundwater quality that are available to the water authorities in Bahrain are discussed and their priority areas are proposed, based on the type and extent of each salinisation source, in addition to groundwater use in that area.

Dust storms from Iraq and Saudi Arabia transported by northwesterly winds, locally called shamal wind, causing reduced visibility in the months of June and July.

Summers are very hot. The seas around Bahrain are very shallow, heating up quickly in the summer to produce very high humidity , especially at night.

Rainfalls mostly occur in winter, with a recorded maximum of More than species of birds were recorded in the Bahrain archipelago, 26 species of which breed in the country.

Millions of migratory birds pass through the Persian Gulf region in the winter and autumn months. Only 18 species of mammals are found in Bahrain, animals such as gazelles , desert rabbits and hedgehogs are common in the wild but the Arabian oryx was hunted to extinction on the island.

Sea grass beds are important foraging grounds for some threatened species such as dugongs and the green turtle.

The Hawar Islands Protected Area provides valuable feeding and breeding grounds for a variety of migratory seabirds, it is an internationally recognised site for bird migration.

The breeding colony of Socotra cormorant on Hawar Islands is the largest in the world, and the dugongs foraging around the archipelago form the second-largest dugong aggregation after Australia.

Bahrain has five designated protected areas , four of which are marine environments. The forty members of the Shura are appointed by the king.

In the Council of Representatives, 40 members are elected by absolute majority vote in single-member constituencies to serve four-year terms.

After approval, the king may ratify and issue the act or return it within six months to the National Assembly where it may only pass into law if approved by two thirds of both councils.

In , the country held its first parliamentary elections ; however, two years later, the late emir dissolved the parliament and suspended the constitution after parliament rejected the State Security Law.

The first , held in was boycotted by the opposition, Al Wefaq , which won a majority in the second in and third in Islamists opposed the law because "neither elected MPs nor the government has the authority to change the law because these institutions could misinterpret the word of God".

The law was supported by women activists who said they were "suffering in silence". They managed to organise a rally attended by participants.

This why we have eyes from the American Embassy watching us during our sessions, to ensure things are swinging their way".

The period between and known as the " State Security Law Era ", saw wide range of human rights violations including arbitrary arrests, detention without trial, torture and forced exile.

Human rights conditions started to decline by when torture began to be employed again. In , Bahrain was criticised for its crackdown on the Arab spring uprising.

In September, a government appointed commission confirmed reports of grave human rights violations including systematic torture. The government promised to introduce reforms and avoid repeating the "painful events".

The documentary TV film Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark which was produced by the Qatari channel Al Jazeera , talks about the Bahraini protests during This TV film showed all the violations that have been taken against the rights of Bahraini citizens during the uprising.

It also caused some problems between the Bahraini and the Qatari governments. In August , United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke against the discrimination of Shias in Bahrain, saying, "Members of the Shia community there continue to report ongoing discrimination in government employment, education, and the justice system," and that "Bahrain must stop discriminating against the Shia communities.

Women in Bahrain acquired voting rights and the right to stand in national elections in the election. Bahraini journalists risk prosecution for offenses which include "undermining" the government and religion.

Journalists were targeted by officials during anti-government protests in Three editors from opposition daily Al-Wasat were sacked and later fined for publishing "false" news.

Several foreign correspondents were expelled. Most domestic broadcasters are state-run. An independent commission, set up to look into the unrest, found that state media coverage was at times inflammatory.

It said opposition groups suffered from lack of access to mainstream media, and recommended that the government "consider relaxing censorship".

It will be based at a planned "Media City". An opposition satellite station, Lualua TV, operates from London but has found its signals blocked.

By June , Bahrain had , internet users. Rigorous filtering targets political, human rights, religious material and content deemed obscene. Bloggers and other netizens were among those detained during protests in The kingdom has a small but well equipped military called the Bahrain Defence Force BDF , numbering around 13, personnel.

The Government of Bahrain has close relations with the United States , having signed a cooperative agreement with the United States Military and has provided the United States a base in Juffair since the early s, although a US naval presence existed since Bahrain participates in the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen against the Shia Houthis and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh , [] who was deposed in the Arab Spring uprising.

Bahrain established bilateral relations with countries worldwide. Bahrain plays a modest, moderating role in regional politics and adheres to the views of the Arab League on Middle East peace and Palestinian rights by supporting the two state solution.

Saudi Arabian troops were sent into Bahrain to crush a pro-democracy protests in The first municipality in Bahrain was the 8-member Manama municipality which was established in July By , it undertook road expansions as well as opening markets and slaughterhouses.

Manama , Hidd , Al Muharraq , and Riffa. The first municipal elections to be held in Bahrain after independence in , was in The municipalities are listed below:.

After 3 July , Bahrain was split into five administrative governorates , each of which has its own governor.

Economic conditions have fluctuated with the changing price of oil since , for example during and following the Persian Gulf crisis of — With its highly developed communication and transport facilities, Bahrain is home to a number of multinational firms and construction proceeds on several major industrial projects.

Unemployment, especially among the young, and the depletion of both oil and underground water resources are major long-term economic problems.

As a tourist destination, Bahrain received over eight million visitors in , though the exact number varies yearly. The kingdom combines modern Arab culture and the archaeological legacy of five thousand years of civilisation.

Bird watching primarily in the Hawar Islands , scuba diving , and horse riding are popular tourist activities in Bahrain.

Many tourists from nearby Saudi Arabia and across the region visit Manama primarily for the shopping malls in the capital Manama, such as the Bahrain City Centre and Seef Mall in the Seef district of Manama.

Since , Bahrain hosts an annual festival in March, titled Spring of Culture , which features internationally renowned musicians and artists performing in concerts.

The festival featured concerts starring Andrea Bocelli , Julio Iglesias and other musicians. Bahrain has one main international airport , the Bahrain International Airport BIA which is located on the island of Muharraq, in the north-east.

The airport handled more than , flights and more than 8 million passengers in Bahrain has a well-developed road network , particularly in Manama.

The discovery of oil in the early s accelerated the creation of multiple roads and highways in Bahrain, connecting several isolated villages, such as Budaiya , to Manama.

To the east, a bridge connected Manama to Muharraq since , a new causeway was built in which replaced the old wooden bridge. The four main islands and all the towns and villages are linked by well-constructed roads.

A causeway stretching over 2. It was completed in December , and financed by Saudi Arabia. In , there were 17,, passengers transiting through the causeway.

In , there were more than 45, telephones in use in the country. By , Batelco had more than , mobile contracts. The Bahraini Economic Vision published in does not indicate how the stated goal of shifting from an economy built on oil wealth to a productive, globally competitive economy will be attained.

Bahrain has already diversified its exports to some extent, out of necessity. It has the smallest hydrocarbon reserves of any Gulf state, producing 48, barrels per day from its one onshore field.

The gas reserve in Bahrain is expected to last for less than 27 years, leaving the country with few sources of capital to pursue the development of new industries.

Investment in research and development remained very low in Apart from the Ministry of Education and the Higher Education Council, the two main hives of activity in science, technology, and innovation are the University of Bahrain established in and the Bahrain Centre for Strategic, International, and Energy Studies.

The latter was founded in to undertake research with a focus on strategic security and energy issues to encourage new thinking and influence policy-making.

Bahrain hopes to build a science culture within the kingdom and to encourage technological innovation, among other goals.

In , the Bahrain Science Centre was launched as an interactive educational facility targeting 6—year olds. The topics covered by current exhibitions include junior engineering, human health, the five senses, Earth sciences and biodiversity.

The agency plans to establish infrastructure for the observation of both outer space and the Earth. The aim is to establish a knowledge hub for the six member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

In March , the centre hosted two high-level workshops on ICTs and education. In , the government devoted 2. This ratio was on a par with investment in education in Lebanon and higher only than that in Qatar 2.

Bahrain invests little in research and development. In and , this investment reportedly amounted to 0. The lack of comprehensive data on research and development poses a challenge for policy-makers, as data inform evidence-based policy-making.

The available data for researchers in only cover the higher education sector. Here, the number of researchers is equivalent to 50 per million inhabitants, compared to a global average for all employment sectors of 1, per million.

From to , university staff published 5 papers and books. Bahrain was one of 11 Arab states which counted a majority of female university graduates in science and engineering in It is harder to judge the contribution of women to research, as the data for only cover the higher education sector.

This corresponds to 15 articles per million inhabitants, compared to a global average of per million inhabitants in Scientific output has risen slowly from 93 articles in and remains modest.

By , only Mauritania and Palestine had a smaller output in this database among Arab states. Between and , Bahraini scientists collaborated most with their peers from Saudi Arabia articles , followed by Egypt , the United Kingdom 93 , the United States 89 and Tunisia In , approximately , Indian nationals lived in Bahrain, making them the single largest expatriate community in the country.

Much of this population is concentrated in the north of the country with the Southern Governorate being the least densely populated part.

Bahraini people are ethnically diverse. Shia Bahrainis are divided into two main ethnic groups: Shia Persians form large communities in Manama and Muharraq.

Sunni Bahrainis are mainly divided into two main ethnic groups: Arabs al Arab and Huwala. Sunni Arabs are the most influential ethnic group in Bahrain, they hold most government positions and the Bahraini monarchy are Sunni Arabs.

The state religion of Bahrain is Islam and most Bahraini citizens are Muslim. The majority of Bahraini Muslims are Shiites.

There is a native Christian community in Bahrain. Non-Muslim Bahraini residents numbered , per the census, most of whom are Christians.

Bahrain also has a native Jewish community numbering thirty-seven Bahraini citizens. Due to an influx of immigrants and guest workers from southern Asian countries, such as India, the Philippines and Sri Lanka , the overall percentage of Muslims in the country has declined in recent years.

Arabic is the official language of Bahrain, though English is widely used. Malayalam , Tamil and Hindi are spoken among significant Indian communities.

Education is compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and Coeducation is not used in public schools, with boys and girls segregated into separate schools.

After World War I , Bahrain became open to western influences, and a demand for modern educational institutions appeared.

Bahrain also encourages institutions of higher learning, drawing on expatriate talent and the increasing pool of Bahrain nationals returning from abroad with advanced degrees.

The University of Bahrain was established for standard undergraduate and graduate study, and the King Abdulaziz University College of Health Sciences , operating under the direction of the Ministry of Health, trains physicians , nurses , pharmacists and paramedics.

The Royal University for Women RUW , established in , was the first private, purpose-built, international university in Bahrain dedicated solely to educating women.

Bahrain has a universal health care system, dating back to Healthcare expenditure accounted for 4. The life expectancy in Bahrain is 73 for males and 76 for females.

As a result, cases of malaria and TB have declined in recent decades with cases of contractions amongst Bahraini nationals becoming rare.

Bahrain is currently suffering from an obesity epidemic as Islam is the main religion, and Bahrainis are known for their tolerance towards the practice of other faiths.

Rules regarding female attire are generally relaxed compared to regional neighbours; the traditional attire of women usually include the hijab or the abaya.

Although Bahrain legalized homosexuality in , many homosexuals have since been arrested. The modern art movement in the country officially emerged in the s, culminating in the establishment of an art society.

Expressionism and surrealism , as well as calligraphic art are the popular forms of art in the country. Abstract expressionism has gained popularity in recent decades.

The wind tower , which generates natural ventilation in a house, is a common sight on old buildings, particularly in the old districts of Manama and Muharraq.

Literature retains a strong tradition in the country; most traditional writers and poets write in the classical Arabic style.

In recent years, the number of younger poets influenced by western literature are rising, most writing in free verse and often including political or personal content.

In literature, Bahrain was the site of the ancient land of Dilmun mentioned in the Epic of Gilgamesh. Legend also states that it was the location of the Garden of Eden.

The music style in Bahrain is similar to that of its neighbors. The Khaliji style of music, which is folk music , is popular in the country.

The sawt style of music, which involves a complex form of urban music, performed by an Oud plucked lute , a violin and mirwas a drum , is also popular in Bahrain.

Bahrain was also the site of the first recording studio amongst the Persian Gulf states. Association football is the most popular sport in Bahrain.

Basketball , rugby and horse racing are also widely popular in the country. This was followed by the Bahrain Grand Prix in Bahrain hosted the opening Grand Prix of the season on 12 March of that year.

Both the above races were won by Fernando Alonso of Renault. The race has since been hosted annually, except for when it was cancelled due to ongoing anti-government protests.

The V8s returned every November to the Sakhir circuit until , in which it was the second event of the series. The series has not returned since.

On 1 September , Bahrain changed its weekend from being Thursdays and Fridays to Fridays and Saturdays, in order to have a day of the weekend shared with the rest of the world.

Notable holidays in the country are listed below:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Bahrain disambiguation. Sovereign island state in the Persian Gulf.

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Drivers in bold are competing in the Formula One championship in the current season. But the series had logistical problems after the race, when the cars were delayed on their way to Malaysia , missing the next event and had to reschedule the rest of the season.

The Porsche Supercup has supported the , , and races. The GP2 Series supported the race in and a celebrity race was held in with the likes of Simon Webbe competing.

GCC citizens and residents, and nationals of 66 countries are eligible for visa on arrival in Bahrain throughout the year. The visa is available to Grand Prix ticketholders and is free of charge.

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