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Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 December 2010. Retrieved 18 June 2012. ^ "Qarmatiyyah". Overview of World Religions. St. Martin's College. Archived from the original on 28 April 2007. Retrieved 4 May 2007. ^ Cyril Glasse, New Encyclopedia of Islam, p. 245. Rowman Altamira, 2001. ISBN 0-7591-0190-6 ^ "Black Stone of Mecca". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2007. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 25 June 2007.
(2001). Arabia and the Arabs: From the Bronze Age to the Coming of Islam. p. 28. ISBN 978-0-415-19535-5. ^ From Persian sa-mahij (سه ماهی) meaning Three Fish. ^ Jean Francois Salles p132 ^ "Social and political change in Bahrain since the First World War" (PDF). Durham University. 1973. pp. 46–47. ^ a b Holes, Clive (2001). pp. XXIV–XXVI. ISBN 9004107630. Thus the pre-Islamic ethno-linguistic situation in eastern Arabia appear to have been a mixed tribal population of partially Christianised Arabs of diverse origins who probably spoke different old Arabian vernaculars; a mobile Persian-speaking population, possibly of traders and administrators, with strong links to Persia, with which they maintained close contact; a sedentary, non-tribal community of Aramaic-speaking farmers; a Persian clergy, which we know for certain, used Syriac as a language of liturgy and general writing, probably alongside Persian as a spoken language.
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Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. 31 (3): 486–514 (488). doi:10. 1017/s0041977x00125522. JSTOR 614301. S2CID 128833964. ^ Emerick, Yahiya (2002) Critical Lives: Muhammad, p. 185, Penguin ^ Mubarakpuri, The Sealed Nectar, p. 147. (online) ^ Safiur-Rahman Mubarakpuri, The Sealed Nectar, p. 226 ^ Akbar Shāh Ḵẖān Najībābādī, History of Islam, Volume 1, p. 194. Quote: "Again, the Holy Prophet «P sent Dihyah bin Khalifa Kalbi to the Byzantine king Heraclius, Hatib bin Abi Baltaeh to the king of Egypt and Alexandria; Allabn Al-Hazermi to Munzer bin Sawa the king of Bahrain; Amer bin Aas to the king of Oman. Salit bin Amri to Hozah bin Ali— the king of Yamama; Shiya bin Wahab to Haris bin Ghasanni to the king of Damascus" ^ A letter purported to be from Muhammad to al-Tamimi is preserved at the Beit al-Qur'an Museum in Hoora, Bahrain ^ "The letters of the Prophet Muhammed beyond Arabia" (PDF).
Bahrain Through The Ages – Archa. pp. 401–402. ISBN 978-0-7103-0112-3. ^ "Historical Researches Into the Politics, Intercourse, and Trade of the Principal Nations of Antiquity". H. L. Heeren. 1846. ^ Rice, Michael (1994). The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf. Routledge. p. 20. ISBN 978-0-415-03268-1. ^ Rice, Michael (1994). p. 21. ISBN 978-0-415-03268-1. ^ Jean Francois Salles in Traces of Paradise: The Archaeology of Bahrain, 2500BC-300AD in Michael Rice, Harriet Crawford Ed, IB Tauris, 2002 p132 ^ "GAMEON-ARABIA'2015, March 2-4, 2015, AOU, Manama, Bahrain, Conference Venue | EUROSIS". www. eurosis. Retrieved 21 April 2022. ^ Hoyland, Robert G.
 Bahrain have recorded an influx in global athletes visiting the nation for Mixed Martial Arts training during 2017.  In 2018, Cricket was introduced in Bahrain under the initiative of KHK Sports and Exelon.  Bahrain Premier League 2018 comprised six franchise squads of 13 resident cricketers competing in the T20 format. The teams were SRam MRam Falcons, Kalaam Knight-Riders, Intex Lions, Bahrain Super Giants, Four Square Challengers and Awan Warriors.  Association football is the most popular sport in Bahrain.  Bahrain's national football team has competed multiple times at the Asian Cup, Arab Nations Cup and played in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers, though it has never qualified for the World Cup.
The airport handled almost 100, 000 flights and more than 9. 5 million passengers in 2019.  Bahrain's national carrier, Gulf Air operates and bases itself in the BIA. Bahrain has a well-developed road network, particularly in Manama. The discovery of oil in the early 1930s accelerated the creation of multiple roads and highways in Bahrain, connecting several isolated villages, such as Budaiya, to Manama.
The Royal University for Women (RUW), established in 2005, was the first private, purpose-built, international university in Bahrain dedicated solely to educating women. The University of London External has appointed MCG (Management Consultancy Group) as the regional representative office in Bahrain for distance learning programmes.  MCG is one of the oldest private institutes in the country. Institutes have also opened which educate South Asian students, such as the Pakistan Urdu School, Bahrain and the Indian School, Bahrain.
The United States designated Bahrain a major non-NATO ally in 2001.  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.  Bahrain is also one of the founding members of the Gulf Cooperation Council.  Relations with Iran tend to be tense as a result of a failed coup in 1981 which Bahrain blames Iran for and occasional claims of Iranian sovereignty over Bahrain by ultra-conservative elements in the Iranian public.  Bahrain and Israel established bilateral relations in 2020 under the Bahrain–Israel normalization agreement.
 In March 2021, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the London-based Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) claimed that 13 children aged between 11 and 17 were beaten and threatened with rape and electric shocks after detaining them in protest-related cases.  In a report published at the end of October 2022, the Human Rights Watch claimed that the Bahraini government had been using its 2018 political isolation laws in order to keep political opponents from running for gaining parliamentary seats or even from serving on the board headed by governors of civic organizations. Besides the political isolation laws, the human rights advocacy group claims that the government is also using a score of other tactics to keep journalists, activists, human rights defenders and former opposition party members out of the public office and other public life aspects.
 Almost daily clashes between protesters and security forces led to dozens of deaths.  Protests, sometimes staged by opposition parties, were ongoing.  More than 80 civilians and 13 policemen have been killed as of March 2014.  According to Physicians for Human Rights, 34 of these deaths were related to government usage of tear gas originally manufactured by U. S. -based Federal Laboratories.  The lack of coverage by Arab media in the Persian Gulf,  as compared to other Arab Spring uprisings, has sparked several controversies.
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^ Cole, Juan (2002). Sacred Space And Holy War: The Politics, Culture and History of Shi'ite Islam. I. Tauris. ISBN 978-1-86064-736-9. ^ Smith, G. "Uyūnids". 16 March 2008  Archived 1 April 2020 at the Wayback Machine ^ Cole, p. 179 ^ "erickbonnier-pictures - Barhain - Pearl of Gulf". erickbonnier-pictures. com (in French). Retrieved 22 April 2022. ^ Cole, p. 186 ^ Cole, p. 198. ^ Cole, p. 194 ^ Cole, p. 187 ^ a b McCoy, Eric Andrew (2008). Iranians in Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates: Migration, Minorities, and Identities in the Persian Gulf Arab States. p.
15) 10. 43) 70. 8(2. 79) Average precipitation days 2. 0 1. 9 1. 4 0. 2 0 0. 1 0. 7 1. 7 9. 9 Source: World Meteorological Organisation (UN) Biodiversity More than 330 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.  One globally endangered species, Chlamydotis undulata, is a regular migrant in the autumn.  The many islands and shallow seas of Bahrain are globally important for the breeding of the Socotra cormorant; up to 100, 000 pairs of these birds were recorded over the Hawar Islands.
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 Aluminium production is the second-most exported product, followed by finance and construction materials.  Manama skyline as viewed from Juffair Economic conditions have fluctuated with the changing price of oil since 1985, for example during and following the Persian Gulf crisis of 1990–91. 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.
^ a b J. R. Smart (2013). Tradition and Modernity in Arabic Language And Literature. ISBN 978-0-7007-0411-8. ^ Houtsma, M. Th (1993). Brill's First Encyclopaedia of Islam, 1913–1936, Volume 5. M. Houtsma. p. 98. ISBN 9004097910. ^ Serjeant, Robert Bertram (1968). "Fisher-folk and fish-traps in al-Bahrain".
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