MANAMA (Reuters) - United Nations arms inspectors withdrawn from Iraq after Baghdad ordered U.S. members of the team out arrived in Bahrain on Friday, a U.N. official said. "They have arrived," one U.N. official in Manama said, without elaborating. "All inspectors who were in Baghdad have arrived in Bahrain," a U.N. official said. The inspectors landed at Manama airport and left from a side gate. They refused to speak to reporters after they arrived at the Holiday Inn hotel in Manama. Six Americans of the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) crossed into Jordan at dawn on Friday, hours after Baghdad ordered them out and insisted they leave by land rather than take a special flight to a U.N. station in Bahrain. Other inspectors flew out of Baghdad on a special U.N. flight to Bahrain, leaving behind seven members to guard equipment at a monitoring centre. On Thursday Iraqi leaders decided to expel U.S. members of U.N. weapon inspections teams immediately, prompting the United Nations to pull out most of its personnel in the deepening 17-day-old crisis.