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The Hyksos colonized Kmt from 1670 BC and they were 90% of infantry Bedouin Amorites who repeatedly colonized the marsh wet Delta for crimes; and King Menes expelled them in 3150 BC. Hyksos were also 10% of Bedouins Turkic Mongolians came from East Asia on horseback who were the Akkadian colonizers of Sumer from 2334 to 2154 BC.

Turkic Mongolian bandits came to Anatolia via the Caspian Sea and invaded the Hittites. They borrowed the chariots military weapon from the Hyksos to attack Ebla kingdoms at the same time when in 1523 BC the expelled Hyksos branched into four groups and one attacked Ebla.

Mursili I (also known as Mursilis) was a Turkic warlord invading Anatolia. He invaded Ebla and his aim was to finish off the support of Ebla to Hittites against Turkic bandits. Ebla was defeated and a colony named Mitanni appeared. This Mitanni is the origin of the Kurds who are of mixed Turkic, Hurrian, and Hittite origin.

Mitanni appeared after the Hyksos expulsion in 1523 BC and not before it as well as the Kassites in southern Sumer who called themselves Babylonians only after 600 BC. Babylon is a foreign Ge’ez translation Bab-El to Ka-Digir-ra (Gate of God).

The Turkic Mitanni gave support to the Hyksos attacking Sumer to create the Kassites colony. The Turkic Mitanni also went south to support the Hebrew branch of Hyksos who were attacking southern Ugarit to create Canaan and northern Ugarit to create Phoenicia

The final and decisive attacks on southern and northern Ugarit to create Canaan and Phoenicia were made by support to the Hebrews from Thutmose III during his rule (1458-1425 BC) who reversed the policies of Kmt and made alliance with expelled Hyksos against the nations of Ugarit, Ebla, Sumer and Arab kingdoms.

The term “Minoan” refers to the mythical King Minos of Knossos, a figure in Greek mythology associated with Theseus, the labyrinth and the Minotaur. It is purely a modern term with a 19th-century origin. It is commonly attributed to the British archaeologist Arthur Evans

Santorini eruption happened between 1642 and 1540 BC, just before the expulsion of the Hyksos from Kmt, and it may had contributed to their expulsion.

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