Ahmed bin Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Mubarak Al-Dhulaie. He was. born in 1920 in Muharraq, in Fereej Al-Binali (Sharg). His father died in the same year, so he was named after him in memory of him. Al-Dhulaie history began in Bahrain in 1840. He settled in Muharraq, specifically in Fereej Al-Binali
Ahmed Al-Dulaie grew up in the house of his aunt, Latifa bint Muhammad bin Mubarak Al-Dhulaie, wife of Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Salman bin Ahmed Al-Fateh, in Muharraq, in Fareej Al-Ma’awda, near the Bn Arabi Mosque (currently Abdul Rahman Al-Fadil Mosque). His mother is Sabeeka bint Mohammed bin Jassim. He married the daughter of Al-Tawash Muhammad bin Ahmed Al-Ajlan, and he had four sons, Youssef, Adnan, Muhammad, Badr, and two daughters
He has close companions whom he accompanied in his life, Sheikh Saqr bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa and Sheikh Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Khalifa (the poet), Qasim bin Youssef Al-Sheikh, Ahmed bin Youssef AbdulMalik, Jassim bin Muhammad bin Sanad, Eid Rashid Bu Khamas, Abdullah bin Youssef Murad, Hassan Abdullah bin Shams and Hussein Showiter
He entered the book (Al-Mutawa) and learned the principles of reading, writing and memorizing a portion of the Holy Qur’an, then he studied at Al-Hidaya Al-Khalifia School in 1928, and he was one of the first to study at Al-Hidaya Al-Khalifia School at that time. The certificate at that time .was equivalent to the secondary certificate
Ahmed Al-Dulaie was known in Muharraq as Ahmed Al-Najjar, due to the profession he used to work in when he was young. After completing his education, he worked as an employee in Port Salman, and rose in positions until he held the position of Warehouse Officer in the Customs Administration with Sheikh Daij Al Khalifa, Hassan Bin Shams, and Muhammad Al-Sa’i, and retired in 1973.
His sons started trading in the late nineties to include a number of commercial activities, most notably sports equipment, antiques, importing medical equipment and restaurants.