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Bahrain

This category covers questions about the Kingdom of Bahrain, a small island country off the Persian Gulf that is ruled by the Al Khalifa royal bloodline. Its capital is Manama.
No. I know because I live in bahrain
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how i joim B.D.F Bahrain
Because it is boarded by two seas, one is salty and one is not.
Yes, by Britain.. They became independent in the year 1971..
His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa
ll n ask 4 a job in one of the food centres.. Like KFc..  Mcdonalds.. Subway
it does have allot of primary and secondary jobs. also the infant mortality and death rates are very low
It depends, during the winter it's from about 5:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M, and in the summer its from about 4:00 A.M to 6:00 P.M.
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Bahrain is a country in the middle east in Asia.Its a pretty small country compared to others but Bahrain has plenty of pearls and palm trees and sweet water.It also has great business.
  The following is the result of my research for the countries whichpermit an Indian passport-holder to enter without a visa or byobtaining a visa upon arrival.ALBANIAVisa required, which can be obtained on arrival if holdingconfirmation from Albanian Ministry of Interior stating that visa...
Dubai one of the emirates that forms the (United Arab Emirates). The other emirates are Abu Dhabi (the Capital) and a large producer of oil (2.4 million barrel a day). Ajman, Omm Al Qiwayn, Sharjah, Al Fujairah and Ras Al Khaymah. This country has borders with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia &...
Bahrain is an archipelago in the Gulf of Persia. Situated on the West coast between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. See related link for a map.
  There are five white points on the flag of Bahrain. They symbolize the five pillars of Islam.
In the Middle-East in Asia.
Bahrain Fort Bahrain International Circuit (F1) Bahrain National MuseumBahrain-Saudi CausewayCamel FarmThe Grand MosqueJasra HouseSh. Isa HouseBeit Al Qu'ranA'ali Burial MoundsOil Museum
lol what do you mean by they make. afcourse money they have lots of money because they have oil and Saudi Arabia has much oil than other Arab countries Saudi Arabia is the richest country in Arab world !
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The Kingdom of Bahrain is a country. Earlier it was known as State of Bahrain.
In Arabic, the word "bahr" means 'sea', and the dual form for bahr would be "bahrayn". The name 'Bahrain' comes from the word "bahrayn", thus Bahrain means "two seas".
Manama (the capital), Muharraq, Riffa, Madeenat Isa, Madeenat Hamad, and many others.
The are the majority for sure Different souses for the percentage It's vary from 55% to 70%
It is more than half 
Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa was born on October 21, 1969.
Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa was born on October 21, 1969.
Crown Prince Salman of Bahrain (Salman bin Hamad bin Isa AlKhalifa) is 48 years old (birthdate: October 21, 1969).
The 2010 Bahrain F1 GP was won by Fernando Alonso. Felipe Massacame in second and Lewis Hamilton came in 3rd..
In Bahrain, National Day (اليوم الوطني) is celebrated on the 16th of December.
Bahrain's capital is called "Manama", however the city's arabic pronounciation would be "Al Manama" (written المنامة ).
Being the largest city and the Capitol of Bahrain, Manama is arguably the most important city in the Bahraini kingdom.
Being a constituional monarchy, the 3 most prodominant leaders of Bahrain are their: King (Head of state): Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa (2013) Prime Minister (Head of government): Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa (2013) Crown Prince (Head of military): Salam bin Hamad Al Khalifa
Currently (March, 2013), the bahraini currency is known as the Bahraini Dinar, and is only used within the country of Bahrain. Additionally, each Dinar is divided up into 1000 'fil's.
Bahrain was occupied by several peoples throughout its history: -One of the earlier nations expelled from power was Portugal, leaving after an 80 year rule, in 1602. -Later the Persians, ruling for nearly 2 centuries, were expelled in 1783 -Most recently, the Bahraini people ended...
It's just a memory, now...
Currently (March, 2013), Bahrain is not occupied or "owned" by any other country. It gained its independance from Persia in 1783, and then later from the British in 1971. Bahrain was also occupied for roughly 80 years by the Portuguese, during the 17th century.
Being covered mostly in desert there is very little in Bahrain which could be considered a "natural resource". However, much like many of the other countries in the Middle Eastern area, Bahrain is an oil rich nation. Additionally, under ground springs (of water), can also be found across the country...
The Bahraini dinar is the current currency of Bahrain, and is only used but the kingdom of Bahrain. Previously, Bahrain had shared its currency (the gulf rupee) with other nationals in the gulf, however in 1965 a soley Bahraini currency was established.
The Sole agent for continental Tires in Bahrain is General  Automotive Services Co. with its office and service centres located  in Sitra Highway and Industrial area.   Contact : Office 17735606
Though the population is very small, there is a minute portion of people of Jewish faith in Bahrain. The 2010 Bahraini census yeilded results of there being less than 40 Jews living in Bahrain. Though there are currently few of Jewsih faith in Bahrain, there are no laws against the practice of...
Bahrain is an island country in the Persian Gulf and the smallest  country in the Persian Gulf area.
Bahrain is an island country in the Persian Gulf and the smallest  country in the Persian Gulf area.
meaning of bahrain national symbol
The current (March, 2013) King, and head of state, of Bahrain is King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
If it is a direct flight it will take 4 hrs.If it's an indirect flight I have no idea.
majority is sunni and sunni have misunderstandings of shia. Shia and Sunni have mostly same beliefs and both believe in fundamental beliefs of Islam. Today there is up to 260 sects in Islam that are in two main categories of shia and sunni. the conflict of shia and sunni has been always amplified...
Bahrain has 5 principal "governorates" (which act similarly to states): 1. Capitol Governorate2. Central Governorate3. Northern Governorate4. Southern Governorate5. Muharraq Governorate
everyone other then America are towel heads
yes the US Navy hase a ship and a base there
Because of one man's courage to protest against the Tunisian government in an extreme way, it ignited what everybody was feeling about their government. So they revolted. That in turn gave people in other countries the courage to think that this can be accomplished in their countries as well. They...
Bahrainis saw on the television what was going on in Tunisia and how the Tunisian people had successfully forced Zine Abidine ben Ali, the Tunisian "President" out of office. This inspired them to combat the injustices in their society, namely that the Sunni minority had legal rights and privileges...
Some sources say for around 200 years, since the 18th century
 Though the king of Bahrain has several wives (four to be exact), the first is the one which can be considered the current queen. Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa is married to king Hamad bin Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa and is considered Queen of Bahrain.
Yes, Bahrain was called Delmon or Awal
I this case distance is relative to the mode of transport which is used to travel between the two locations. The time taken to fly between the two is roughly 15 minutes (by all means close), even driving it is generally only a 9-10 hour ride (which while seemingly distant, is still very do-able in a...
A fifteen minute flight from Dubai to Bahrain, generally costs between $120 to $150 (Canadian dollar), though it depends on provider; Gulf Air generally prices around $117, while Qatar airways looks to be about $150.
Bahrain is a country in the middle east. Latterly it means two seas.
the majority of people are shia Muslims. but government is sunni.
over 50% are migration the rest arabs and persians
Being a constitutional monarchy, the bahraini head of state is the country's king. Currently the position of king is held by Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
The kingdom of Bahrain is made up of 33 different islands, the largest 4 being Bahrain island, Muharraq island, Umm an Nasan island, and Sitra island. The list of all 33 islands are as follows: BahrainHawarAmwajDurrat Al BahrainMuharraqUmm an NasanSitraNabih SalehUmm as SabaanJiddaHalat...
more than 1 million including non-Bahraini's
The island of Bahrain is the largest island of the archipelago and kingdom of Bahrain, located off the coast of Qatar in the Gulf of Persia.
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The Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Bahrain!
In short: No The 'Kingdom' (that should be your first hint) of Bahrain, is a "constituational monarchy", meaning that its head of state is its king. The country also has a parliment lead by a Prime Minister (appointed by the king, rather than elected), and a "crown prince" (also appointed), who...
According to the CIA worldfact book website, the life expectancy of the average male person in Bahrain is just over 76years. Females on the other hand are much higher, on average living to be 80years old.
In short: No Bahrain is an island chain of the cost of Qatar in the Persian Gulf. Being an archipelago, each of its 33 islands is seperate from any other land mass. In order for it to be considered a peninsula, one side of the land mass would need to be connected to an even greater land mass....
His Royal Highness Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa was the Prime Minister of Bahrain in 2011. Khalifa became the first and thus far the only prime minister of Bahrain on 1971 December 16 when appointed by his brother, the Emir of Bahrain, Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. On 2009 October 21, he received...
His Royal Highness Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa was the Prime Minister of Bahrain in 2010. Khalifa became the first and thus far the only prime minister of Bahrain on 1971 December 16 when appointed by his brother, the Emir of Bahrain, Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. On 2009 October 21, he received...
His Royal Highness Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa was the Prime Minister of Bahrain in 2008. Khalifa became the first and thus far the only prime minister of Bahrain on 1971 December 16 when appointed by his brother, the Emir of Bahrain, Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. On 2009 October 21, he received...
His Royal Highness Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa was the Prime Minister of Bahrain in 2007. Khalifa became the first and thus far the only prime minister of Bahrain on 1971 December 16 when appointed by his brother, the Emir of Bahrain, Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. On 2009 October 21, he received...
His Royal Highness Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa was the Prime Minister of Bahrain in 2006. Khalifa became the first and thus far the only prime minister of Bahrain on 1971 December 16 when appointed by his brother, the Emir of Bahrain, Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. On 2009 October 21, he received...