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The Semien Mountains of Gondar, Ethiopia, where Moses received the Torah

The Semien Mountains of Gondar, Ethiopia, where Moses received the Torah

Israelite Journeys

Israelite Journeys

My Punt Lands Hypothesis states that the Jews are not at all Israelite. Because the Jews are of Turkic Mongolian origin, just like: Hyksos, Mittani, Persians, Bedouin ʾAʿrāb, Sabaeans, Romans, Turks, Gypsies, Moors, Khazar, and others in Eastern Europe and the Eurasian Steppe.

While the Israelite were exclusively Ge’ez-speaking Africans from the Lands of Punt. The hypothesis also emphasizes that the stories of Creation, Deluge, Joseph, Exodus, Solomon, and all other biblical characters were in the Lands of Punt; and the Creation and Deluge were of local, and not global, nature. The Exodus of 1446 BC was within Punt by crossing a river only.

After receiving the Torah in Ge’ez on the Semien Mountains, Moses led the Israelite to their promised land in the Afar Triangle (the Danakil Depression) where they established Israel confederation then a united kingdom. While the original home of Abraham was near Harar city.

King Solomon ruled Israel and built Beit HaMikdash (The Temple) where he kept the Arc of the Covenant. Upon his death in 926 BC, the tribe of Judah started collusion with the Sabaeans in Yemen and Turkic Mongolians roaming in the Middle Assyrian Empire (1392-934 BC).

Due to Turkic Mongolian raids the whole of Eastern Mediterranean region suffered from the Late Bronze Age Collapse (roughly between the years of 1250-1000 BC). The period from 1200 BC to 900 BC was a dark age for the entire Near East, North Africa, Caucasus, Mediterranean and Balkan regions, with great upheavals and mass movements of people.

The Neo-Assyrian Empire (911 BC–609 BC) brought to its collapse by Turkic Mongolians allied with Judah tribe and Sabaeans. This led to the creation of Neo-Babylonian Empire (626 BC–539 BC) which ushered the rise of Judah tribe and the collapse of other tries of the Israelite.

Jews, Judaism, Hebrew language, and Rabbinic Hebrew Torah were invented during 580-530 BC by a collusion between Judah Israelite tribe and Turkic Mongolian colonizers of Neo-Babylonia and Turkic Mongolian Persians. The origin of Hebrew is Ge’ez mixed with Aramaic and Persian.

The Jews (Yehudi) are not Israelite or from anywhere in the region, they were Turkic Mongolians. The Turkic Mongolians origin is in Altai Mountains and northern Tarim Basin of Western Mongolia, Eastern Kazakhstan, and Northern Uyghur. The original Israel, Israelite, and the Law of Moses were African 100% and had nothing with Arabia or Jews or Asia.

The Persians and Neo-Babylonians were one branch of Turkic Mongolians who colonized Iran and Iraq. They imported the Israelite history and religion from the Land of Punt and cooked Judaism and invented the Jews and colonized Aramaic lands with their inventions. It is an ideology of political association for conquering nations and looting them with religious veils.

Jesus was of African Puntite origin and he was sent by the God of the Ge’ez Israelite to bring back the lost sheep of the House of Israel from colonized Aramaic lands. He was targeted and persecuted by Turkic Mongolian Persians, Jews, and Romans.

Genuine Israel and Israelite versus Fake Israel and Israelite

Genuine Israel and Israelite versus Fake Israel and Israelite

The Punt Lands Hypothesis

The Punt Lands Hypothesis

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What is Islam and How it Relates to Mohamed, Yeshua, and Moses

What is Islam and How it Relates to Mohamed, Yeshua, and Moses

Original Christianity is a revival of the religion of Abraham and Moses and these were sent to the Israelite only. While Islam has two different definitions; the correct one describes Islam as the single original religion existed even before creation. The common and wrong definition considers Islam as a new religion on its own and started with prophet Mohamed only.

The teachings of Mohamed was supposed to put law/code for his people and his region only; but also it is a part of the bigger single universal religion. The original teachings of prophet and messenger Mohamed were hijacked by Turkic Mongolians soon after his death, in the same way they hijacked those of Moses and Jesus (Yeshua).

So, the Turkic Islam of today is neither genuine Islam nor the teachings of Mohamed. To distinguish between the original and the present versions I personally call them “Mosesianity”, “Jesusianity”, and “Mohamedianity”.

True Islam distinguishes between prophets (revive existing law) and messengers (bring distinct law). Every messenger is a prophet, while not every prophet is a messenger. And it states clearly that God sent to each nation its own messenger and law. This leads to a conclusion that Mohamed was a prophet to the universe; and at the same time a messenger to the Arabs only.

Islam describes all genuine messengers and prophets as Muslims, including Adam, Enoch, Abraham, all Israelite prophets, and even many unnamed foreign ones (Ghafir 40:78) and (An-Nisa 4:164). Therefore, true Islam is a single universal religion with a multitude of distinct national laws for each distinct nation. The national laws are mistakenly considered as distinct and conflicting religions.

The Afar people, since they are part of the Israelite in my opinion, are supposed to follow the genuine teachings of Jesus and Moses which is a single part of genuine Islam but with two books/codes not Turkic Islam, not common Christianity; and not Judaism. Since the Hebrew Israelite in Aramaic land became a different nation in contract with the Ge’ez Israelite in Punt they needed a messenger, and not just a prophet.

Islamic holy books are the texts authored by Allah via various messengers, while prophets received no books. The books mentioned in the holy Quran are: Tawrat or Torah; Zabur (often interpreted as being the Book of Psalms); Injil or Gospel; Scrolls of Abraham (Ṣuḥuf Ibrāhīm); Book of John the Baptist (Kitāb Yaḥyā); and Scrolls of Moses (Ṣuḥuf Mūsā). The number messengers and their holy books are not specified.

Islam states clearly that many prophets existed, including many not mentioned in the Quran. The Quran itself refers to at least four other prophets but does not name them. One less-than-sound hadith states there have been 124,000 prophets approx., while another scholarly source states that “their exact numbers are not known with any kind of certainty.”


The Punt Federation the Land of God

The Punt Federation the Land of God

I just want to point to a gross big mistake and wrong assumption that Jerusalem, Solomon, and the Temple were originally in Aramaic land.

The truth is they were in Afar Triangle and the journey of Queen of Sheba (Makeda), her son Menelik and the Arc of the Covenant were just few hundred miles long, and never went via Egypt or Arabia.

Another gross mistake is the assumption that Christianity introduced to Ethiopia.

I believe Yeshua was ethnically Puntite. He was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel only, who are also ethnically from the lands of Punt.

Therefore, Christianity is a local indigenous religion of Punt and only a revival of the faith and the religion of Enoch, Abraham, and Moses. Christianity was never meant to be global or to deal with nations other than those of Punt.

So, saying that Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia is illogical.

Punt is Enoch who is more exalted than the great Abraham.

I guess Armageddon will be in Punt and Jesus and the might of God will show there.

Love you Punt; God blessed you.


What are my Sources and References

What are my Sources and References

I always get this question from interested readers and skeptics. When a scholar uses information from sources, it is needed to tell readers where the information came from and where they can locate credible sources. This is what citations and references are for.

But if researches challenge the credibility of existing sources then a different approach must be followed. Otherwise new researches will lead to the same old invalid findings.

My answer for this issue once and for all is:

The common element in the history of the Middle East and religions took me too far from the region. I have had to look into the history of Central Asia and the emigrations of those who I called “Turkic-Mongolians” because of the absence of a term that exists in both Arabic and English.

There may be some Chinese and Russian sources, but I have not seen them.

The method of history revisionism which I follow is not conventionally based on references and sources, but on modern evidences, analysis, investigation and reconstruction. Therefore, it is necessary to study traditional sources only to discover their weaknesses and to link conflicting, unproven, and contradictory narratives based on logic and modern information only in order to develop an alternative narrative. Then test the resulting new hypotheses in the general framework of modern and ancient history.

For example, if it is mentioned that Abraham used camel; Jacob and his sons entered a walled city; a great destructive volcano happened and was not mentioned in the history of the Israelites; the Hyksos and Mitanni had common foreign origins; or that Abraham made long journeys without specifying the type of animal. These are few simple issues to research, investigation, and test. There are an enormous amount of weak and false stories that confirm the poor historicity of our existing references, sources, and religious interpretations.

So unfortunately I have no reference books or even historians to suggest, because these many new topics and facts had not been studied before. Take for example camel and horse fossils; the Thera (or Santorini) eruption, the Scythian, Indus Valley, Iranian, and Zoroastrian histories, the great late bronze age collapse; links between Hyksos, Sabaeans, D’mt, and Kush.

Therefore, I could only recommend revision, criticism, new assumptions, and reconstruction of history using logic and available new and old information. It is a difficult and doubtful method to use, but could be the best way to discover true history.


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Abiy Ahmed Ali PM of Ethiopia

Abiy Ahmed Ali PM of Ethiopia

Beshasha Primary School

Beshasha Primary School

Ahmed Ali, the father of Abiy Ahmed is an Oromo Muslim

Ahmed Ali, the father of Abiy Ahmed is an Oromo Muslim

Abiy Ahmed was born in Beshasha small town/village in the historic Kaffa Province (in modern times Jimma Zone, Oromia Region), Ethiopia, on 15 August 1976. His father, Ahmed Ali, is a Muslim Oromo; while Abiy’s deceased mother, Tezeta Wolde, was a Christian Amhara from Burayu just outside Addis Ababa and was his father’s fourth wife.

Abiy is the thirteenth child to his father and was the sixth and youngest child of his mother. His childhood name was Abiyot, meaning Revolution, in Amharic, a name that was sometimes given to children in the aftermath of the Derg overthrow of Haile Selassie (Tafari Makonnen) in 1974.

Located in southwestern Ethiopia, the small town Beshasha has two major agricultural products of Ethiopia – coffee and khat. Kaffa (Kefa) was a province on the southwestern side of Ethiopia; its capital city was Jimma. It was named after the former Kingdom of Kaffa. The etymology of Kaffa is thought to be from the Arabic qahwah meaning “a drink from berries”. The English word coffee is derived from the same root.

The then Abiyot went to Beshasha Primary School till his 6th grade and later went to a number of secondary schools in Agaro town (or Haggaro) 17 km from Beshasha (schools names are unknown). His secondary education was interrupted when he joined the very tiny Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) few moths after the fall of Derg at the age of 14.

Beshasha village taken by the photographer Matiyas on 20 March 2014 and published over Panoramio

Beshasha village taken by the photographer Matiyas on 20 March 2014 and published over Panoramio

Agaro, Ethiopia, located in the Jimma Zone of the Oromia Region 17 km from Beshasha

Agaro, Ethiopia, located in the Jimma Zone of the Oromia Region 17 km from Beshasha

The Derg (meaning “committee” or “council”) is the short name of the Coordinating Committee of the Armed Forces, Police and Territorial Army. Officially known as the Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia, it took power following the ousting of Emperor Haile Selassie in 1974. In 1987 the Derg was replaced by Mengistu Haile Mariam, its chairman since 1977, with the People’s Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (PDRE). Mengistu was overthrown in 1991.

The Derg was being fought mainly by a coalition between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) (popularly known as Woyane) formed in 1975 with the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF) formed in 1970. EPLF won Eritrea on May 24, 1991 from the PDRE. Fighters from Tigray formed in 1988 a coalition with Amhara to overthrow the Derg. They called it Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) made of the TPLF (Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front) and the now called ANDM (Amhara National Democratic Movement).

The Oromo Liberation Front is an organisation established in 1973 by Oromo separatists to promote self-determination for the Oromo people against Amhara hegemony as oppressing and suppressing the Oromo people and their culture. Their program called for the “total liberation of the Oromo nation from Ethiopian colonialism”. The OLF (Oromo Liberation Front) was fighting the Derg alone. At the time, Agaro town was an OLF stronghold.

In 1990, the TPLF formed several other ethnic based political groups from prisoners it had released and put them all under an umberalla organization called the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF). The Oromo group in the EPRDF was the Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) and its creation was seen as an attempt to undermine the OLF. The Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) was a very small group  competing with the existing much bigger Oromo Liberation Front (OLF). The Oromo Liberation Front, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front and the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front had differing alliances with each other, the TPLF and EPLF had a strong alliance and they both had limited coordination with the OLF.

A friend of Abiy by the name Komitas became the personal driver of Abadula Gemeda, one of the founders of the OPDO, and through this opportunity, it is believed he made his first moves in 1990. Abiy began his career as a radio operator for the OPDO. With the downfall of the Derg he took formal military training at the Assefa Brigade in Western Wollega with a focus on Radio Communications and Military Intelligence.

Abiy’s father, Ahmed Ali, along with his first son Kedir Ahmed was imprisoned by Derg in 1990 for a short time. Kedir Ahmed died in unknown circumstances. The death of his brother shook Abiy and made him join the small and newly formed OPDF.

At the age of 15 or 16, he took military training from Assefa Brigade in West Wollega and was stationed there. His military post was in intelligence and communications. At the age of 17 he became a soldier in the now Ethiopian National Defense Force in 1993 and worked mostly in intelligence and communications department. In 1995, at the age of 19, after the Rwandan genocide, he was deployed as a member of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UNAMIR), Kigali, Rwanda.

Later, while serving in the Ethiopian National Defense Force, Abiy received his first degree, a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from a private IT college in Addis Ababa, called Microlink in 2001.

In 2005, Abiy earned a post-graduate certificate/declaration in Cryptography at Machihe Dynamics in Pretoria, Republic of South Africa (AES encryption based on block cipher).

Abiy holds a Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership and Change, from the International Leadership Institute, Addis Ababa, in 2011, which has partnership with the Business School at Greenwich University, London.

He also holds a Master of Business Administration from the Leadstar College of Management and Leadership in Addis Ababa in partnership with Ashland University in 2013.

Abiy, who had started his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) work several years ago as a regular student, completed his PhD in 2017 at the Institute for Peace and Security Studies, Addis Ababa University. He did his PhD work on the Agaro constituency with the PhD thesis entitled “Social Capital and its Role in Traditional Conflict Resolution in Ethiopia: The Case of Inter-Religious Conflict In Jimma Zone state”. As a follow-up to his PhD thesis, he published a research article on de-escalation strategies in the Horn of Africa Bulletin in a special journal issue dedicated to countering violent extremism.

Military career

According to multiple sources, Abiy joined a military organization as radio operator in early 1991, just a few months before the downfall of Derg, almost at the age of 15. He did so as a member of OPDO (Oromo People’s Democratic Organization), which at that time was a tiny organization of only around 200 fighters. As there were only so few OPDO fighters in an army with its core of about 90,000 Tigrayans, Abiy quickly had to learn the Tigrinya language. As a speaker of Tigrinya in a security apparatus, he could move forward with his military career.

After the fall of the Derg On 21 May 1991, he took formal military training from Assefa Brigade in West Wollega and was stationed there. His military post was in intelligence and communications. Later on he became a soldier in the now Ethiopian National Defense Force in 1993, aged 17, and worked mostly in intelligence and communications department.

In 1995, after the Rwandan genocide, at the age of 19, he was deployed as a member of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UNAMIR), Kigali, Rwanda. Only 21 years old he served in the Ethio-Eritrea border war between 1998 and 2000.

In 2006, Abiy went to his home town of Beshasha, where he address religious clashes between Muslims and Christians with 6 deaths. On 14 October 2006, a group of three hundred Muslims, carrying guns and knives approached a church where the Orthodox Christians were holding a midnight worship service. When the locked doors prevented the mob from entering the church they forced the congregation out of the church by pouring gasoline around the building.

The men of the church came out first and attempted to defend the men and women but because they had no real weapons in comparison to the guns and knives used against them they were attacked by the mob. Fifteen individuals from the church suffered severe knife wounds and six people died as a result – two priests, two elderly women, and two men.

Two weeks later, the Ethiopian media announced that the police had arrested the leader of the massacre. It was only two weeks before the Beshasha massacre that another attack on Christians occurred in Jimma, Ethiopia because Muslims opposed Orthodox Christians celebrating the traditional Meskel holiday. This was a prelude for his role as an inter-religious mediator he became in later years.

In 2008, Abiy was one of the co-founders of the Ethiopian Information Network Security Agency (INSA), where he worked in different positions. For two years, he was acting director of INSA due to a leave of absence of the director assigned to the post. In this capacity, he was board member of several government agencies working on information and communications, like Ethio Telecom and Ethiopian Television.

In 2010, Abiy eventually decided to leave the military and his post as deputy director of INSA to become a politician. The highest rank he had achieved during his military career was that of a Lieutenant Colonel. Some reports confirm he stayed as a member of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces till 2007 only.

According to his profile, which was presented to the House of People’s Representatives in 2015, while he was being appointed by Hailemariam Dessalegn as minister of Science and Technology, Abiy’s military rank was Major.

Legitimate Questions to Be Answered:

Are his education, degrees and doctorate genuine and of substance; or made up and political character cosmetics?

Is he a young fast-rising national leader; or a foreign-backed manufactured agent?

Is he a maker of peace, solidarity, and freedom; or an ethnic-religious manipulator, terrorism businessman, and oppressor?

Is he a politician of principles and values; or a Machiavellian person and soldier?

Is he going to develop and protect Ethiopia; or sell it out to foreign businesses and turned it to a vassal state?

Is he a man of the future; or he will return Ethiopia to its ugly brutal feudal past?

Will he respect the duties of PM towards all Ethiopians; or does he have an agenda against the Tigrayan people?

Will he reveal and correct the history and atrocities of the regime of Tafari Makonnen (Haile Selassie); or conceal and support it?

Will he rid Ethiopian politics from ethnic and religious antagonistic parties; or will he capitalize on them for survival?

Will he respect the demands of poor agrarian majority; or will he suppress and deceive them?

Will he continue the previous policies of liberation from injustice and slavery; or will he lead a privileged minority only?

Africans must watch out to protect Ethiopia and Africa.


The online edition of Haaretz Newspaper in Israel posted an article written by Ariel David on Jun 13, 2016, titled: “How the Jews Invented God, and Made Him Great”.

The article stated the following arguments: [The God of the Old Testament started out as just one of many deities of the ancient Israelites. It took a traumatic crisis to make him into the all-powerful creator of the world.]

[Support for the theory that Yhwh originated in the deserts of Israel and Arabia can be found in Egyptian texts from the late second millennium, which list different tribes of nomads collectively called “Shasu” that populated this vast desert region.

One of these groups, which inhabits the Negev, is identified as the “Shasu Yhw(h).” This suggests that this group of nomads may have been the first to have the god of the Jews as its tutelary deity.

“It is profoundly difficult to sort through the haze of later layers in the Bible, but insofar as we can, this remains the most plausible hypothesis for the encounter of Israelites with the Yhwh cult,” says David Carr, professor of Old Testament at Union Theological Seminary in New York City.

The many faces of god

How exactly the Shasu merged with the Israelites or introduced them to the cult of Yhwh is not known, but by the early centuries of the first millennium, he was clearly being worshipped in both the northern kingdom of Israel and its smaller, southern neighbor, the kingdom of Judah.

His name appears for the first time outside the Bible nearly 400 years after Merneptah, in the 9th-century BCE stele of Mesha, a Moabite king who boasts of defeating the king of Israel and “taking the vessels of Yhwh.” ]

[Snatching God from the jaws of defeat

The real conceptual revolution probably only occurred after the Babylonians’ conquest of Judah and arson of the First Temple in 587 B.C.E. The destruction and the subsequent exile to Babylon of the Judahite elites inevitably cast doubts on the faith they had put in Yhwh.

“The question was: how can we explain what happened?” Römer says. If the defeated Israelites had simply accepted that the Babylonian gods had proven they were stronger than the god of the Jews, history would have been very different.

But somehow, someone came up with a different, unprecedented explanation. “The idea was that the destruction happened because the kings did not obey the law of god,” Römer says. “It’s a paradoxical reading of the story: the vanquished in a way is saying that his god is the vanquisher. It’s quite a clever idea.]

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