تعبير عن البحرين بالانجليزي
أكتب قطعة عن البحرين والمناطق السياحية في البحرين
ساعدوني في تقرير عن البحرين بالإنجليزي
معلومات عن البحرين بالانجليزي
معلومات عن مملكة البحرين
فقرة عن متحف البحرين الوطني باللغة الإنجليزية
تعبير عن البحرين بالانجليزي
فقرة قصيرة عن البحرين
paragraph about bahrain
اختصار البحرين بالانجليزي
writing about bahrain
جمل عن البحرين بالانجليزي
كلمة بحرين بالانجليزي
تعبير عن متحف البحرين بالانجليزي
تعبير عن العيد الوطني البحريني بالانجليزي
Bahrain's long form Bahrain is a small island country of Arabia located near the west coast of the Persian Gulf in the Middle East. Composing an archipelago, the main part of the territory is constituted by the island of Bahrain. It is connected to Saudi Arabia by the causeway of King Fahd to the west; Iran is located about 200 kilometers to the north and the Gulf of Bahrain separates the island from the Qatar peninsula to the southeast. In 2010, the Bahraini population is estimated at 1,234,571, of whom more than 660,000 are expatriates (54% of the population).
Bahrain was one of the emblematic places of the ancient civilization of Dilmun before falling under the successive domains of the Parthian and Sassanid empires. The region was converted to Islam in 628, making it one of the first Muslim countries. After a period of domination by the Arabs, Bahrain was occupied by the Portuguese in 1521, before being conquered by Shah Abbas I of the Safavid empire of Safavid in 1602. In 1783, the Arab tribe Bani Utbah, Of the Arabian Peninsula, seizes the island and the country is now headed by the royal family Al Khalifa. In the late 1800s, Bahrain became a British protectorate, and it was not until 1971, following the British withdrawal from the region in the late 1960s, that Bahrain declared its independence. Originally created as a state, the country was formed into a kingdom under the leadership of Emir Hamed bin Issa al-Khalifa, who became King Hamed II. The political system is a monarchy. Since the beginning of 2011, the country has witnessed sustained and repeated demonstrations inspired by the movements of the Arab Spring, mainly carried out by the population of Shiite confession and very quickly joined by all the layers of the population: Shiite, Sunni, Rich, poor, men, women, adolescents. But the confinement of the regime in an increasingly severe repression leads to an escalation of violence on both sides, with the development of armed groups in opposition to the increasingly elaborate action on the one hand , And closure of democratic options on the other.5,6.
In 2012, the country has a high human development index (then ranked 48th in the world) 7 and is recognized by the World Bank for its high-income economy 8,4. Bahrain is a member of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the Arab League, the Non-Aligned Movement, the Organization for Islamic Cooperation and is one of the founding members of the Council Of the Arab States of the Gulf.
The oil was discovered in Bahrain in 1932, for the first time on the west coast of the Gulf. Since the end of the 20th century, the country has sought to diversify its economy by investing in the banking and tourism sectors. The capital, Manama, hosts many financial institutions, such as the Bahrain World Trade Center and the Bahrain Financial Harbor. The Qal'at al-Bahrain (site of the ancient capital of the ancient civilization of Dilmun) and the pearl heritage of Bahrain were classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2005 and 2012 respectively. The Bahrain Grand Prix is held on the international circuit of Sakhir, in the center of the country.