A coalition between Levant Amorites expelled from Kmt several times and Turkic Mongolian Akkadians expelled from Sumer in 2154 BC invaded and colonized Kmt in 1670 BC. Kmt called the colonizers Hyksos and pharaohs. Kmt successfully expelled the 90% Amorite-10% Turkic Akkadian Hyksos in 1523 BC.
While some Hyksos became stranded in North Africa, most of the expelled Hyksos fled to Levant and branched into four groups: Hebrews; Mitannis; Kassites and Mukarribs. They targeted Ugarit; Ebla; Sumer and the Arab kingdoms of Dilmun, Magan and Meluhha. The Hyksos branches kept looting rich trade routes connecting Kmt, Ugarit, Ebla, Sumer, Dilmun, Magan and Meluhha.
The Mukarribs Hyksos in Yemen after colonizing the Arab population crossed Bab El Mandab and invaded the populous and rich Punt Lands to loot natural resources and make slaves. Central Punt Lands had at that period the emergence of the Kingdom of Israel with its Ge’ez Torah as its holy book in the Afar Triangle.
The Mukarribs Hyksos from Yemen created a colony for looting and slavery in today Eritrea and called it D’mt. D’mt was coastal adjacent to the Sheba Kingdom of Tigray and Israel Kingdom of Afar.
The Mukarribs of Amorite-Turkic Hyksos origin ruling their colony of D’mt infiltrated the chiefs of Judah tribe, and ignited a rebellion against King Solomon planning to loot his vast wealth, plunder and slavery.
Upon the death of King Solomon in 930 BC, the Mukarribs Hyksos with Judah chiefs plundered together the wealth of the Israelites, claiming it was a civil war. They occupied Jerusalem and looted the real Solomon’s Temple. They expelled the rest of the Israelites who established a settlement for them between the Afar and Tigray regions in today’s Ethiopia.
The Hyksos-Judah coalition’s acts of looting and slavery continued until orders came to them from the Kassite Hyksos in kan dig̃irak (Sumerian name means Gate of God) later called Babylon (Bab-El Ge’ez translation for Gate of God) in 600 BC.
kan dig̃irak/ Babylon instructed the Mukarribs and Judah chiefs to empty and destroy Solomon’s Temple; sell the ten tribes of Israelites for passing ships and in African hinterland, bring some Israelite slaves and to come to kan dig̃irak/ Babylon.
The plan of the kan dig̃irak/ Babylon Hyksos was to bring Judah chiefs to participate in the project of establishing a new Israel, new Jerusalem, turn Hyksos Hebrews into Jews and create the Hebrew language and a new colony for the Jews claiming it is the Promised Land. kan dig̃irak/ Babylon Hyksos established New Israel in the Hyksos colony of Philistia which was later called Canaan in the occupied south of Ugarit.
To assist and serve the mixed settlers of Hyksos-Judah settlers kan dig̃irak/ Babylon Hyksos ordered their pirates in their colonies in Carthage and Numidia, which the Hyksos Hebrew made by their first colony of Phoenicia, to bring people from the Mediterranean coasts. The new people collected and brought to New Israel formed the Palestinians who became the third part of the new colonizers in southern Ugarit, besides Hyksos majority and Judah few chiefs and Israelite slaves
The Hebrew Hyksos and Judah chiefs labelled the collaboration in kan dig̃irak the Babylonian captivity and Return. All sorts of evidences discovering the origin of Israelites are certainly in abundance in Punt Lands waiting for minimal work to research and explore instead of wasting millennia, fortunes and futile efforts in exploring Ugarit, Ebla and Sumer. This is my Punt Lands Hypothesis on the difference between Israelites and early Jews and the origins of old Israelites and the New Jewish Israel.