D’mt one of four Turkic Mongolian Mamluk Regimes after the Hyksos
The D’mt was a Sabaean Mamluk (slave soldier) colony. It was a base for the slave trade, plunder, mercenaries, and invasion, but some describe it as a kingdom that was founded in Puntland after being overthrown. The colony was created in 980 BC and continued until 400 BC when it disintegrated into the unknown kingdoms and were fought by the Axumites for 500 years and in 100 AD the Axumites established their kingdom and liberated their country from the Sabaeans and their collaborators. Through D’mt Sabaeans destroyed the ancient Punt civilization and created a spearhead in Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, and from there they spread in the Horn of Africa, Eastern Sudan and South Kerma upstream the Fourth Cataract of the Nile River.
The creation of D’mt coincided with the civil war in Punt between the tribes of Israel after the death of King Solomon in 931 BC in the province of Al-Afr region (Triangle of Afar). The war led to their division into the Kingdom of Israel and the rebellious Kingdom of Judah. D’mt supported the tribe of Judah in that war and was the mediator and link between them and the Turkic Mongolian Sabaean gangs, which were active in the territory of the Arabian Peninsula and Aram and Assyria.
In 580 BC, from the Judah tribe went to Babylon and conspired with Turkic Mongolians to invent Jews, Hebrews, and Judaism. The Torah was distorted to provide means to occupy Aram territories and claim that it was the Promised Land of Israel and a forged copy of the True Israel and Solomon’s Temple. Jerusalem which were originally in the Triangle of Afar in Puntland
The Kingdom of Mitanni was another colony established by the Turkic Mongolian Hyksos and their mercenaries and their slaves from the Kurds after being expelled from Kemet in 1523 BC by King Ahmose I. Mitanni survived from 1500 BC to 1300 BC in the north of Fertile Crescent in Syria and Mesopotamia. From Mitanni, the Turkic Mongolian attacked and weakened the Assyrian Empire (1392-934 BC) in Mesopotamia
Resulting from attacks of defeated Hyksos and other Turkic Mongolians the Modern Assyrian Empire was created (934 BC – 609 BC). They continued their plunder and raids on Assyria, which brought down its south region of Babylon to establish the Neo-Babylonia (626 BC-539 BC). The power was once again transferred to the Turkic Mongolians but under the organization of the Achaemenid (Persian) Empire from 550 BC to 330 BC
Although D’mt existed from the 10th century BC until the 5th century BC, but very few inscriptions about this kingdom survived and they left very few archaeological works. As a result, it is not known how was created and people and scholars are unaware of its devastating impact on the region. Among the actions o D’mt were the provision of mercenaries, slaves and horses for looters who had been attacking South Kerma since 1500 BC. D’mt was also provided contacts and coordination with the remnants of the Hyksos in Mitanni, Babylonia and Persia
The Sabaeans, in cooperation with other Turkic Mongolians including Bedouins, the Persians and Babylonians, pillaging and occupying southern Kerma and established a slaver vassal regime of Kushite Mamluks in the same period of the existence of a Sabaean colony of D’mt. Then, after the fall of the Modern Kingdom of Kemet in 1077 BC, the Kushites took over northern Kerma as well. Thus, the entire territory of Kerma became under the control of the Kushite gangs until 785 BC when these bands became a kingdom under the name of Kush Kingdom.
In the same way of creating Kush, the bands of Sabaeans conquered the Arabs since 1200 BC and converted to different gangs led by war lords called the Karibs in 800 BC. Then one of the Karibs (Karib’il Watar) defeated the rest of war lords I 610 BC and declared that he became the first king. His colony took the name of the Kingdom of Sheba.
While the real Sheba was in Puntland in the time of King Solomon and was ruled by a queen called “Makeda” and not Bilqīs. The name Bilqīs is Greek, derived from (pallakis) concubine or mistress. But the Sabaeans in Yemen were never ruled by a woman and their first king came after the death of King Solomon by 300 years. These facts unequivocally deny that the Kingdom of Sheba mentioned in the scriptures existed in Yemen, but in fact it was established in Puntland and most likely it was in the Tigray region of Ethiopia and Eritrea.
It is totally ridiculous that virtually all modern scholars agree that Sheba was the South Arabian kingdom of Saba, centered around the oasis of Marib, in present-day Yemen. Neither Solomon, the Israelite nor Sheba were from Arabia or anywhere else other the Horn of Africa.
Thus, it is certain that the slavery made by Turkic Mongolians destroyed the civilization of Punt by creating D’mt; and they destroying the civilization of the Arabs by creating the Sabaeans. The civilization of Kerma was also destroyed by creating the Kushites. The Turkic Mongolians also attempted to destroy the civilization of Kemet first by the Hyksos and then by the Mamluks dynasties of the third transitional period; and finally they achieved their goal by the Persian occupation of Kemet
It is certain that the four Turkic Mongolian Mamluk regimes created after the expulsion of Hyksos from Kemet in 1523 BC, which are Sabaean, D’mt, Kush, and Persia, along with Mitanni and Neo-Babylonia destroyed the history of Kemet, Kerma, Punt, Arabia, Aram, Mesopotamia, and Iran. They also started waves of religious myths and turned the Law of Moses and the Torah into international political tools. These groups existed concurrently with the mysterious appearance of the Roman Kingdom (753 BC–509 BC) and they definitely share with them the Turkic Mongolian and slavery history.