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Jews of the Bilad al-Sudan (Judeo-Arabic: אַהַל יַהוּדּ בִּלַדּ אַל סוּדָּן‎) describes West African Jewish communities which were connected to known Jewish communities which were expelled from the Middle East, North Africa, or Spain and Portugal and migrated to West Africa. Various historical records state that at one time, they were present in the Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires, which was then called the Bilad as-Sudan a name which is derived from the Arabic term which means Land of the Blacks. In later years Jews who were expelled from Spain, Portugal, and Morocco and migrated to West Africa, also formed their own communities off the coast of Senegal as well as on the Islands of Cape Verde. These Jewish communities continued to exist for hundreds of years but they eventually disappear

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  • Jews of Bilad el-Sudan
  • Judíos de Bilad el-Sudan
  • Judeus do Sudão Ocidental
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  • Judíos del Bilad al-Sudan (judeoárabe: אַהַל יַהוּדּ בִּלַדּ אַל סוּדָּן) describe las comunidades judías de África Occidental que estaban conectadas con otras conocidas del Medio Oriente, África del Norte o España y Portugal. Diversos registros históricos atestiguan su presencia en un momento dado en los imperios de Ghana, Malí y songhai, que entonces se llamaba el bilād as-sūdān (بلاد السودان), del árabe que significa «país de los negros». En años posteriores, los judíos de España, Portugal y Marruecos también formaron comunidades frente a la costa de Senegal y en las islas de Cabo Verde. Estas comunidades continuaron existiendo durante cientos de años, pero desde entonces han desaparecido debido a los cambios en las condiciones sociales, la persecución, la migración y la asimilación.
  • Judeus do Sudão Ocidental (אַהַל יַהוּדּ בִּלַדּ אַל סוּדָּן) são judeus africanos localizados que habitam o Sudão Ocidental (Bilad el-Sudan), que possuem uma ligação religiosa e cultural com os judeus de Portugal, Espanha, Norte de África e Oriente Médio. Vários registros históricos apontam a presença de judeus em impérios tribais do norte da África neste período,
  • Jews of the Bilad al-Sudan (Judeo-Arabic: אַהַל יַהוּדּ בִּלַדּ אַל סוּדָּן‎) describes West African Jewish communities which were connected to known Jewish communities which were expelled from the Middle East, North Africa, or Spain and Portugal and migrated to West Africa. Various historical records state that at one time, they were present in the Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires, which was then called the Bilad as-Sudan a name which is derived from the Arabic term which means Land of the Blacks. In later years Jews who were expelled from Spain, Portugal, and Morocco and migrated to West Africa, also formed their own communities off the coast of Senegal as well as on the Islands of Cape Verde. These Jewish communities continued to exist for hundreds of years but they eventually disappear
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