It is commonly believed that King Shoshenq I, of the Twenty-second Dynasty (943-716 BC), being of Libyan origin, but it is certain he was not of Libyan origin even though his family came from Libya. It is likely that this family are descendants of the Hyksos bandits, which continued to invade westward and occupied Libya after they occupied northern Kmt from 1630 to 1523 BC. Kmt was liberated under the leadership of the great King Ahmose I and his family in 1523 BC.
The Asiatic origin explains the connection and cooperation between the 22nd dynasty with those who became Jews and Babylonians. As all of them were of the same Hyksos origin which is Turkic Mongolian gangs from East Asia. The Jews are totally different group from the Semite Israelite.
Part of the Levant was captured by the Hyksos who were expelled from Kmt, and they, with their slave Kurdish soldiers, established the colony of Mittani (1500-1300 BC). In 1300 BC the Turkic Mongolians were expelled also from the Levant by the Assyrians. They dispersed and went to all over north, southern and central Arabia forming the roaming Bedouins and assaulting and subjugating the Arabs viciously. Since their colonization of Arabia the Turkic Mongolian bandits kept preparing to assault the more prosperous Assyria and Kmt again.
Meanwhile, the Hyksos who invaded and colonized Libya, before their expulsion from Kmt, turned back eastward and invaded Kmt again during the Twenty-first Dynasty from 1069 BC to 945 BC. Finally, they succeeded in taking power and established the Twenty-second Dynasty.
The colonizers from Libya seized Kmt and ruled from a new city of Bubastis in the north. Soon, they formed a strong alliance with their Turkic Mongolian kin, the Bedouins of Arabia. And both were seeking to capture Kmt and attack the Syrian land (Levant) between Kmt and Assyria.
Several years before King Solomon’s death in 930 BC in his kingdom of Israel, in the Afar triangle in the Horn of Africa, the rebellious Judah tribe went to Arabia seeking to topple King Solomon.
The arrival of Judah tribe from the Horn of Africa was welcomed by Turkic Mongolian Bedouins who were looking for assistance in the Arabic language and land. A strong alliance between the Bedouins and Judah tribe was formed. Shoshenq I (reigned 943–922 BC), seized this opportunity. The history of Shoshenq I told in the Hebrew Torah contradict numerous reliable facts and archaeological evidences. There were no Judah and 10-tribes kingdoms at that time and region.
Stories taken from the tribe of Judah earlier and twisted in Babylon in 580 BC assisted to invent a history for a new colony named Judah, and then Israel. It claims that the Israelites were in Kmt and that the Torah descended on Moses on Mount Sinai, while the Torah was descended in Semien Mountains in Ethiopia and it was in the Ge’ez language not Hebrew language, which did not appear until around 580 BC after long mixing between Judah, Bedouins, Persians and Assyrians.
The alliance between the Turkic Mongolian Twenty-second Dynasty and the Bedouins with Judah tribe explains how Shoshenq I created Judah kingdom which had no Jerusalem, and which was the first step to make the shift that created present day Israel, from the original Solomonic Israel in the Afar Triangle, in Punt Lands. That is how Jews ruled and invented Egypt.