Region 3 is the home of Tigray who were devastated by Turkic Mongolian (bandits from East Asia) slavery and feudal masters and turned Amhara.
Region 2 (Tigray proper) is the home of Tigray who are still holding their history, freedom and faith.
Tigray are close to Israelites while Tigrinya are close to Jews. Judaism is not the message of Moses at all. It is a political association that is why Isaias Afwerki the despot of Eritrea hate Tigray and collaborate with the Jewish Israel.
The similarities between Amharic and Akkadian are not accidental. They prove that the first slave masters and feudal lords were Turkic Mongolians who dominated power and wealth and turned the original Tigray of that region into Amhara. See this study: The Origin of Amharic
Many linguistic studies indicate that the origin of Amharic language has Akkadian influences. These support my hypothesis that the Akkadians created the Amharic elite out of Tigray; while the Amorites created the Tigrinya elites out of Tigray. See this Study: The Influence of Cushitic on the Semitic Languages of Ethiopia a Problem of Substratum
Only the peoples of Punt Lands, and this includes the ancient dark-skin ancient Arabs, are the descendants of Adam. Bedouins who are pale yellowish Amorites are not Arabs and not Adam’s descendants. Therefore, the descendants of Adam and Noah are only the peoples of Punt Lands.
Buur Heybe (“the mountain of the clay sand”) is a small village in the southern Bay province of Somalia. It is the largest of several granitic inselbergs in the region’s Doi belt.
The Gogollis Qabe or Gogoshiis Qabe (“the furnished place”), a local rock shelter, is the seat of the first professional excavation in the country. In 1935, Grazioni found a Middle and Later Stone Age archaeological sequence here. The ancient implements belonged to the Somaliland Stillbay culture typified by points and scrapers produced through flat percussion flaking. J.D. Clark a decade later excavated a nearby site, the Gury Waabay (“the poisonous house”), located around half a kilometer to the north. In the 1980s, Brandt also excavated the granitic inselberg, uncovering a top level Holocene layer. Fourteen burials were found therein, which constitute the earliest chronometrically dated burials from the Horn of Africa and contain the earliest definitive grave artefacts in the wider region. A lower layer was likewise associated with the Stone Age Eibian (Doian) industry. Another local rock shelter is referred to as Abka Eeden I Oboy Haawo (“Adam and Eve’s court”). In addition, several rock formations in the area feature cave art.
Buur Heybe historically served as a key religious and political hub. According to oral tradition in the Doi (“red soil”) belt, several dynasties were based in the town. The Eyle aver that the area was at various times invaded and occupied by a succession of early Cushitic settlers, the Jidle, Maadanle and Ajuran, whom they each managed to defeat. A number of ancient burial sites dated from this pre-Islamic period sit atop the mountain’s peak, and are a center of annual pilgrimage (siyaro). A trench near the holy places is said to serve as a passage toward heaven (siraad), and as such is off-limits to individuals possessing a nefarious past. These burial sites on the mountain’s summit were later made into Muslim holy sites in the ensuing Islamic period, including the Owol Qaasing (derived from the Arabic “Abdul Qaasim”, one of the names of Prophet Muhammad) and Sheikh Abdulqadir al-Jilaani (named for the founder of the Qadiriyya order).
Buur Heybe is today primarily inhabited by the Eyle, a sub-clan of the Rahanwayne of agro-pastoralists, potters and part-time hunters. Their ethnonym translates as the “hunters with dogs”. The Eyle are believed to be remnants of the aboriginal San hunter-gatherers who inhabited southern Somalia prior to the arrival from the north of Afro-Asiatic populations of the Cushitic branch. Buur Heybe is consequently also known as Buur Eyle (“Eyle mountain”), in recognition of the first inhabitants in the surrounding villages of Howaal Dheri, Berdaale and Muuney.