From my long study of the origin of the Jews, I found that Jews are one of the groups that branched off from the Hyksos expelled from Egypt in 1523 BC. At that time, nations called them nomadic Hebrews. The terms, Jews and Judaism did not exist. Jews, Judaism and Hebrew Torah/Tanakh only appeared in 580 BC.
The Hyksos are a mixture of Akkadian Turkic Mongolians on horses from East Asia with Amorite Bedouins infantry from the Levant, Jordan and Iraq. Among the other groups that emerged from the expelled Hyksos, we find the Kassites who became the Babylonians; the Makaribs who became the Sabaeans and the Mitanni who became the Kurds. The changes in the names of the Hyksos groups happened immediately after the disastrous defeat of the alliance of the armies of the Assyrians and the Egyptians in the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BC and the Hyksos groups taking over several countries and nations.
What applies in dealing with the Jews also applies to dealing with the Babylonians, Sabaeans and Kurds. These three groups of the Hyksos plus Palestine were not expelled from countries, as was the case with the Jews, and they are still residing in the Middle East. However, either we find them controlling countries, such as the Babylonian Shiites and Persians in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria; or they put forward separatist projects, such as the Kurds of Iraq and Syria; or into an internal war, such as the Sabaean Houthis in Yemen.
Otherwise, these groups support the claims of the Jews that they are from the Children of Israel, and that the occupied land of the western Assyrians and the southern Ugarit contains the true Jerusalem. In addition, that Aelia Capitolina, the city of the holy sites of the messages of Muhammad and Jesus, has the Temple of Solomon, as do both Palestinians and Jews claim. All groups of Hyksos and Palestinians pose in various countries dangers to national security and interests, through their support for terrorism, extremism and falsification of history, religion and identities
To take appropriate measures to deal with the expelled Hyksos with their different names and formations and what branched out from them and their associate Palestine must first be preceded by the discovery and understanding of the true history in its entirety. Then to consider and study the present and the threats of their rejection of the rules of coexistence; namely acknowledgment of facts; they seek forgiveness and repentance; as well as reparation for the harm they caused
Occupying the lands of western Assyrians and southern Ugarit cannot last long. It is impermissible to admit the fait accompli and accept the loss of Assyrian and Ugarit lands. Otherwise, claims for other parts by the Babylonian Shiites as well as the Houthis and the Mitanni Kurds will be possibilities, that will be imposed soon, and other projects will follow. Then there is no turning back and regret is useless
Neither the expulsion nor the retention of Hyksos groups are the viable permanent options. Rather, what is correct is to deal with the problem as a whole, and not to use different topical treatments for the same problem of Hyksos groups, just because their names are different and apparently different, although the history and present reality prove they are not different.
National and historical awareness and the alliance of leaders of liberation and reform forces of Arab, Assyrian, Sumerian, Ugarit and Egyptian nations are the correct solution for the problems of dealing with the dangers of the Hyksos and Palestine groups and their associates.
Nations place great hopes on the alliance, cooperation, awareness and patriotism of the leaders of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, in developing appropriate remedies and measures to deal with the problems and dangers of the expelled Hyksos and Palestine in the Middle East