What are Bahrain sports?
A variety of sports in Bahrain are popular and widespread. Association football is the most popular sport in the country. Other traditionally-popular sports include basketball, volleyball and handball. Sports such as horse racing, and rugby union have gained popularity over the past few decades.
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Bahrain is a Muslim country consisting of 33 islands in the Persian Gulf. Neighboring countries are Saudi Arabia, Iran and Qatar. See this for geography and map of Bahrain…. http://kashifilyas.blogspot.com/2011/02/political-map-of-bahrain.html
In the Middle-East in Asia.
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" .
Bahrain is a monarchy. We have a king. His name is Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa Bahrain is also an archipelago. You should google it. FYI we get insulted when ppl don't know wha…t the heck it is. Also it's next to Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Iran; pretty much in the middle east.
It's a middle east country.
Football is the national sports of Bahrain.
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.
Yes, it is available in a Toy shop in Seef mall.
Political rights, civil liberties for Shiites----mainly political reform and economic improvement for Shiites in Bahrain. The Sunnis are living okay.
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 is in charge of the military forces of the country.
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 ord…er for it to be considered a peninsula, one side of the land mass would need to be connected to an even greater land mass. As this is not the case for Bahrain the answer is no.
Though the meaning of the word "Bahrain" translates to be "two seas", in reality Bahrain has none. It is located in the gulf of Persia (which is one of the "seas") and has var…ious underground springs (the second of the "seas").
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