It can be proven beyond any doubt that the Akkadians were not a people but rather amalgam of groups and their initial nuclei from East Asia. They invaded and occupied Sumer and Subar in 2334 BC and had no previous presence in the ancient history of Sumer or Subar. Likewise, the Akkadians did not establish a civilization, but the Akkadians took over the Sumerians and the Subarians, meaning the Assyrians with the Ugarits, and they attributed them to themselves.
The Akkadians are only a foreign linguistic and political presence that appeared in 2334 BC, they have no previous existence. The Akkadians are trying to promote the myth of an ethnicity called the Semites that unites them with Bedouins and calling them Arabs and Jews. With this claim, they assert that the Akkadians are a mixture of horse-riding gangs from East Asia with Hurrian infantry mercenaries, who added Amorites from the deserts of West Mesopotamia, Syria and Jordan.
The Akkadians were the first stage in the formation of the Hyksos after their alliance with Amorites and together they invaded Kmt in 1630 BC; after the Sumerians expelled them and liberated their homeland from the Acadians in 2154 BC. The Akkadians, who are known as the Hyksos in Kmt, were expelled and Kmt was liberated by King Ahmose I in 1523 BC. Most of them fled east to the lands of the Amorites, and from there they attacked Sumer again and set up a colony of the Kassites. They simultaneously attacked Subar and set up a colony of Mittani in 1500 BC.
In 1300 BC, after the Sumerians and the Suparians liberated their lands again and expelled the Akkadian Hyksos, the Kassite and Mitanni, the gangs headed towards the Arabs and their homeland in the coasts of the southern and western peninsula only. The Akkadians continued to assault the Arabs with separate gangs, who called the leader of each gang Makrib. The Makaribs controlled the Arabs and occupied their lands completely, and they first called themselves the Bedouins, and then claimed that they were the Arabs themselves. In 685 BC they established the Sabaean Kingdom.
The Akkadians’ aggression transgressed the homeland of the Sumerians, the Subarians, and the homeland of the Arabs to cross the Red Sea and attacked the peoples of the Lands of Punt, meaning the Horn of Africa, the largest part of which is now called Abyssinia, including the states of Ethiopia and Eritrea. The Amorite Bedouins Hurrian Akkadians established a colony in the Horn of Africa called “D’mt,” in 980 B.C. and it was for pillaging and hunting slaves.
In the year 605 B.C., the Amorite Bedouins Hurrian Akkadians gangs managed to defeat the armies of the Sumerians, the Subarians, and the Kmtians combined in the disastrous Battle of Carchemish. The fall of the Assyrian empire thus ended their protection of Sumer. The Akkadians, along with the Amorites, established the Neo-Babylonia in the Sumerian lands; and with this began of the time to steal and obscure the ancient Sumerian history and civilization.
A limited part of Punt Lands had before the year 2000 BC witnessed the Flood and with it the legacy of Noah and his sons Ham, Sam and Japheth appeared. They are events and personalities belonging to a limited region in Punt lands, not all of them, and they have no relationship with the rest of the world. Therefore, the presence of what is called Semite race is confined to Abyssinia mostly and extends to the homeland of the Arabs on the western and southern coasts of the peninsula only. The true Arabs are a natural and historical extension of Abyssinia, and neither the Arabs nor the Semites have any presence on the lands of the Amorites, Sumer and Subar.
In the year 1800 BC, the Israelite tribe appeared in the land of Punt. Also, Moses came to them as a messenger in 1500 B.C. and in 1446 B.C., the Torah came to them and was in the Ethiopian language of Ge’ez, and the Torah was revealed to them in the Simien Mountains in the Tigray region. In the year 1050 BC, the Kingdom of Israel was established in the land of Punt. The Amorite Acadians colony of D’mt coincided with the rule of King David (1008-970 BC) of the Kingdom of Israel, which was neighboring it. In 970 BC, the king of Israel was Solomon, and he was very wealthy and wise, and had mines for his wealth. The Kingdom of Israel was also near the Ethiopian Kingdom of Sheba, and their Queen Makeda had visited Solomon.
The Amorite Akkadians took the stories, heritage, and news of the people of Punt lands, the message of Moses to the children of Israel, and the stories of the original Ge’ez Torah to their new colony, Babylonian. And with it the Amorite Akkadians invented the Hebrew language, which is attributed to the Hebrews. The Akkadian Amorites Bedouins are only the Aperu, pronounced Haperu, Aabero, or Khaberu, meaning that it is Hebrew. A redrafting and misrepresentation of the stories and heritage of the Israelites, Abyssinia and the Ge’ez Torah were made and the Sumerian legend and traditions were added to them to write the Hebrew Torah in Babylon in 580 BC.
The name of the well-known town of Khyber, which is about 153 km north of Medina (Old Yathrib) in the Hijaz in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is the same name as the Khabero that is Hebrew. The Khyber Fort and the seat of Turkic Mongolian cavalry with Hurrian mercenaries and Amorites and they were all the ones who formed the first Akkadian colony in Sumer in 2334 BC, which it claims a nation, Arabs and Semites.
Finally, the Turkic Mongolian Khazars in North Caucasus were added to the Jewish association in 650 AD, after 2900 years from the beginning of the alliance of the Hurrians with the Turkic Mongolians in the South Caucasus, who first formed the Akkadian and then the Hyksos and then the Jews in their first expansion since 2334 BC.
A map shows the History of the Emergence & Expansion of the Akkadians in Sumer & Subar