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The city has been modernized, but in the old sections one can still see traditional architecture.The houses have tall gates and shuttered windows and are designed around a central enclosed garden or courtyard.The country's shaky relations with Iraq led it to cooperate with United Nations' efforts to monitor that nearby country. There are tensions between the Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims, and religious affiliation is of primary importance in defining one's identity. Expatriates constitute 20 percent of the population.The United States military buildup in the area also created a tense relationship between Bahrainis and American troops. They come mainly from other Arab nations but also from India, Pakistan, Southeast Asia, Europe, and America.While relations are not unfriendly, foreigners generally are not integrated into Bahraini society.
Halwa is another traditional sweet, a green, sticky dessert filled with spices and nuts.The highest point is Ad-Dukhan Hill in the center of Bahrain Island.This area is surrounded by sandy plains and salt marshes.Most rural villages have electricity and running water and are connected to the towns by paved roads.Traditional houses, called barastis, were made from palm branches, but today most villagers build homes from modern materials. The best-known dish, machbous, consists of fish or meat served with rice.