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The Dyula (Dioula or Juula) are a Mande ethnic group inhabiting several West African countries, including Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. Characterized as a highly successful merchant caste, Dyula migrants began establishing trading communities across the region in the fourteenth century. Since business was often conducted under non-Muslim rulers, the Dyula developed a set of theological principles for Muslim minorities in non-Muslim societies. Their unique contribution of long-distance commerce, Islamic scholarship and religious tolerance were significant factors in the peaceful expansion of Islam in West Africa.

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  • Die Jula sind ein Volk in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Elfenbeinküste, Mali und Guinea, das auch Dyula, Djoula, Joula, Kong, Kong Dyula, Kong Jula, Malinka, Wangara oder Yola genannt wird. In der Elfenbeinküste leben ca. 253.000 der insgesamt ca. 599.000 Jula, in Burkina Faso ca. 245.000, in Mali ca. 76.000, in Ghana ca. 22.000 und in Guinea ca. 2.700. Die Jula gehören in der Regel dem Islam an. Verwandtschaften bestehen zu dem Völkern der Malinke-Jula Gruppe.
  • The Dyula (Dioula or Juula) are a Mande ethnic group inhabiting several West African countries, including Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. Characterized as a highly successful merchant caste, Dyula migrants began establishing trading communities across the region in the fourteenth century. Since business was often conducted under non-Muslim rulers, the Dyula developed a set of theological principles for Muslim minorities in non-Muslim societies. Their unique contribution of long-distance commerce, Islamic scholarship and religious tolerance were significant factors in the peaceful expansion of Islam in West Africa.
  • Les Dioulas sont un groupe de commerçants itinérants mandingues (malinkés). On les trouve principalement en Côte d’Ivoire, au Burkina Faso, et au Mali, dans une zone correspondant à l'ancienne aire d'influence du Mandé, dont ils sont originaires. Ils ont joué un rôle important dans la diffusion de l'islam en Afrique occidentale.
  • Gli Jula (anche Dioula o Dyula sono un popolo composto da circa 3.000.000 di persone che vive principalmente in villaggi del Burkina Faso, della Costa d'Avorio e del Mali, tre stati dell'Africa occidentale. La loro lingua madre è la lingua dioula (o jula. Sono stati un popolo di commercianti e danno anche il nome alla città di Bobo Dioulasso, che significa "patria del popolo Bobo di lingua dioula". Assieme al gruppo etnico Bobo, rappresentano una buona parte di popolazione del territorio del Burkina Faso.
  • Diula lub Jula – grupa etniczna z rodziny ludów Malinke, zamieszkująca przeważnie na terenach Wybrzeża Kości Słoniowej i Burkina Faso, w mniejszej liczbie w Mali i Ghanie. Posługują się językiem diula z grupy mande. Ich populację szacuje się na 4,8 mln. Większość z nich to muzułmanie, od dawna uważani za handlowców.
  • Diúlas (Dyulas, Dioulas ou Julas (Juula são um grupo étnico mandinga habitante de diversos países da África Ocidental, incluindo o Mali, Costa do Marfim, Gana, Burquina Fasso, e Guiné-Bissau. Caracterizados como uma bem sucedida casta comerciante, migrantes diúla começaram a estabelecer comunidades comerciais através de vastas regiões durante o século XIV. Desde que os negócios eram muitas vezes realizados sob os governantes não-muçulmanos, os diúla desenvolveram um conjunto de princípios teológicos para minorias muçulmanas em sociedades não-muçulmanas. Sua inigualável contribuição ao comércio de longa distância, aprendizado islâmico e tolerância religiosa foram fatores significativos para a expansão pacífica do Islã na África Ocidental.
  • Дьюла́ (диула, джула, букв. — торговец; самоназв. jula) — общее название народов манден (кроме и болон) в Кот-д’Ивуаре и на западе Буркина-Фасо. В XIV—XV вв. дьюла расселялись маленькими группами вдоль торговых путей в Кот-д’Ивуар, Буркина Фасо и Западной Гане, с XVII в. в Конго. В XIX в. в районах к западу от Чёрной Вольты они добились политического преобладания (Андрианов, Попов 2000: 294).
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