Bahrain, an archipelago in the Persian Gulf it is a set of 33 islands under the monarchy of king Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa. It extends over an area of 274 square miles and has a coastline measuring about 100 miles. Located east of Saudi Arabia, the other neighboring States including Qatar, Kuwait and Iraq. Bahrain is mainly based on raw processing to support its economy. Since the prehistoric era has been a core market for maritime trade. Its strategic location has allowed Bahrain to open the port to foreign navies.