Certainly, Turkic Mongolian bandits from the Altai Mountains in western Mongolia, eastern Kazakhstan and northern Uyghurs have made intense invasions westward to Africa.
This is beside two other axes, the first to the Sarasvati River (Sindh) with Iran and the other to Eastern Europe with the Caucasus and Anatolia.
This resulted in the emergence of several gangs of their own making, including:
1- The Hurrians
2- The Akkadians
9- The Kassites
10- The Jews
11- The Sabeans
12- D’mt (Eritrea)
This is in addition to the permanent Turkic Mongolian partners who are the Amorites who participated with the Turkic Mongolians in making the Bedouins (the enemies of ancient Arabs who are closer to the Abyssinians in features, culture, history and lineage).
The Bedouins are much related to the Jews who actually a later invention of the Hyksos who first became the Mitanni and the Kassites in Subar and Sumer. From this mix appeared the Hebrew. The origin of the Hyksos goes back to the Akkadians and the Turkic Mongolians.
In fact, the ancient Arabs, and the Arabic Language, were extensions of the peoples of Punt (the Horn of Africa). Also, from the peoples of Punt came the true Israelites, who were Ge’ez speaking Africans and totally different from the Jews who are East Asiatic.