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There are Talmudic references made of a Jewish community dating back in the geographic areas of present-day Bahrain, as well as references in Arabic texts to a Jewish presence in Hajar (eastern coast of inland Arabia) during Mohammed's time.
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Other recommendations for a normal night out with dinner and light dancing include BJ’s, Diggers, and Warblers.
These places have a casual dress code, but you may feel out of place in shorts and a tee shirt.
The Kingdom of Bahrain is a small island just north of Saudi Arabia in the Persian Gulf.Bahraini Jewish author Nancy Khedouri has written a book, From Our Beginning to Present Day..purports to trace the history of modern Bahrain's Jewish community from its origins in the 1880s, with Iraqi Jewish traders from the Yadgar family, through the 36-member Jewish community of today.Bahraini Jews are well integrated into the life of the 700,000-person island kingdom, with Jewish government officials such as former Shura Council member Abraham David Nonoo and Khedouri's own family, Bahrain’s leading importer of tablecloths and linens. Khedouri was quoted by the Gulf News as saying that her book "shows how Bahrain has practiced religious tolerance all these years and how privileged everyone should feel to be living in this beautiful Kingdom, which has always offered and will continue to offer peace and security to all its citizens." In an earlier interview, with the Bahrain Tribune, Khedouri said, "The peaceful co-existence we have with the Bahrainis is proof of the religious tolerance advocated by His Majesty the King, Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa."...Being highly educated, most Bahraini women are well represented in all of the major professions, women’s societies, and women’s organizations.Apart from having the right to vote, around one-quarter of the women of Bahrain are able to hold jobs outside the confines of the household.