The real Exodus: end of Israel

exodus-the-true-story-resized“The Hebrew clergy/illuminati, equipped with Talmudic & Pharisaic opportunism and deceit, decided to erase the Israelites’ remote Arabian history and invent a whole new one in Egypt and Palestine”

Dr. Ashraf Ezzat Global News Centre

(ALEXANDRIA)  History doesn’t only shape our reality but it is also crucial for our decision making. If our reality was devoid of any past experience, I couldn’t see how we could plan for a better future.

Though history is long-gone, it remains the only thing to learn from, as the future has not yet come into existence.  And if we learned from a false or tampered with history then all our perceptions of reality will be wrong. If we were given/inherited a fake history we would be bound to indefinitely linger in falsehood.

The real history is not necessarily the stories you were told in the school. The real history is the one you will discover yourself. Unless you make the effort and embark on a quest for the truth, you may never know what really happened. The first step on the road to truth is to doubt all the stories you were told happened in the past.

With some critical thinking employed, many of us have come to doubt and question some of the modern stories dished out to us by mainstream politics and media. One blatant example is the official story of 911. We simply can’t buy it, for first and foremost the story doesn’t make sense.

And if we are entitled to question stories as recent as 911 and WW II, who can deny us the same right when dealing with ancient stories.

Defying academia and breaking stereotypes.

Never make the mistake of believing that old stories can not be doubted for they are history now. History might be gone already but could still be seen differently. If old stories are properly investigated they could be revisited /reinterpreted again. For like 911, many old stories just don’t make any sense.

No matter whom you are, and no matter where you are (America, Africa, Australia, etc.), whether you’re a man of faith (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) or not, there are some stories, old stories that have contributed to your reality.  The ancient story of the Israelite Exodus from Egypt is one of those stories.

The story of Pharaoh and Moses is not just any story. It is at the root of the core belief of all Jews, Muslims and Christians. It is the ultimate display of God’s might and his watching over his so called chosen people. It is the ultimate thriller in otherwise, a completely dreary story of the Israelites and their Promised Land.

The story of Pharaoh and Moses is simply a blockbuster. Hollywood never failed to turn the Exodus story into multi-million dollars business. At the same time films about Moses/Pharaoh (from Cecil B. DeMille’s Ten commandments 1923/1956 to Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings 2014) have managed to turn that historically unverified story into an unshakable truth in the minds of generations of gullible and uneducated masses.

The story of Moses/Pharaoh is so mesmerizing it’s often used as a starter (hors-d’oeuvre) when indoctrinating the kids into any of the Abrahamic religions. It is always so much easier to talk the kids into their ancestors’ faith after telling them that ancient and epical story.

Maybe as a grown-up you don’t fully appreciate the powerful impact the story of Pharaoh/Moses had on you. But actually looking back many years ago, it could turn out that this story is one of the main reasons why you are now such a devout Jew /Muslim /Christian.

In case you are not that religious, there is no denying that the same story of Pharaoh and Moses is responsible for many of the stereotypes lurking in the back of your mind. I mean, could you deny that whenever Egypt is mentioned an uncontrollable visual association with Moses’ ruthless Pharaoh is instantly evoked in your mind.

Egypt and Pharaohs have become almost identical and inseparable mental associations. Whenever we are talking about Egypt, then we must be talking about Pharaohs.

And therefore the ousting of the Egyptian President Mubarak, an incident 3500 years away from Exodus, has been seen as the fall of the last Pharaoh (lingering stereotype)

The same stereotype has infiltrated the realm of academia. Egyptology is an established science for studying ancient Egyptian history and civilization. Unfortunately, Archeologists and historians of ancient Egypt are also referring to ancient Egypt as Pharaonic Egypt. The reason for that is not scientific research or any archeological findings rather the Egyptologists’ Bible-geared mindset. (The word Pharaoh has never been found in ancient Egyptian records)

There is a weird Hollywood insistence on pinpointing one of Egypt’s most glorious kings, Ramses II 1279–1213 BC, as the Pharaoh of Moses. But little did Mr. Demille or Mr. Scott know when they made their films that Ramses (Greek name) is not the actual (Egyptian) name of the king they chose to defame. Actually King Ramses II official (coronation) name is Usermaatre Setepenre (does that look anything like Pharaoh?)

With that bias archeologists have embarked on their extensive excavations in Egypt and Palestine. In this way, most archeologists didn’t set out to seek the historical truth, rather to enforce their Biblical narrative on the ancient history of Egypt and Palestine. An obvious example of that predisposition is the archeological work in the first half of the 20th century by the American school of oriental research in Jerusalem headed by William F. Albright.

Usually religious clerics and academic scholars don’t see eye to eye when it comes to ancient history. The one thing they both agree upon though is that ancient Egypt was ruled by so called Pharaohs and that from Egypt that Moses led the epic Exodus of the Israelites. But guess what? They both are deadly wrong. For Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor any Israelites.

Actually the Hebrew book of tales, also known as the Hebrew Bible, never referred to Egypt as the land of the Exodus. The Story of Pharaoh and Moses according to the Hebrew book happened in a place called ‘Mizraim/Misrim’

Mizraim is an obscure little village in south west of ancient Arabia and Faraon/فرعون (according to classical Arabic historians) was the Arabic title of its chieftain.

Some might wonder what on earth ancient Arabia has to do with Moses and Pharaoh. Actually, it was in ancient Arabia and North Yemen where the Israelites and Judaism really first appeared (Nothing in this world works in the way you think it does; history included)

Judaism is one of ancient Arabia’s cults that had absolutely nothing to do with the Roman Catholic Church or its Christianity. (Linking Judaism to Christianity is the result of a later Roman-Jewish deception) Hence the ‘Old-New Testament / Judeo-Christian’ epithet is nothing but a political setup.   Actually the fraud kicked off by the Jewish-Greek complicity during the translation of the Hebrew book to the Greek language.

Moreover, the Israelites tribe and all their stories (of Abraham/Ibrahim in Arabic, Isaac/Ishaak, Jacob/Yaakob, Joseph/Youssef, and Moses/Moussa) took place in South Arabia and Northern Yemen. (Zionists cannot have a damn claim to modern day Yemen for, as explained in the book, the Yemenite Israelites have long perished)

‘Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Faraon, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Mizraim.’ Exodus 3-10

ז  וַיֹּאמֶר יְהוָה, רָאֹה רָאִיתִי אֶת-עֳנִי עַמִּי אֲשֶׁר בְּמִצְרָיִם; וְאֶת-צַעֲקָתָם שָׁמַעְתִּי מִפְּנֵי נֹגְשָׂיו, כִּי יָדַעְתִּי” אֶתמַכְאֹבָיו.”

Map of ancient Arabia pinpointing Mizraim, the real place of the Exodus story.

Map of ancient Arabia pinpointing Mizraim, the real place of the Exodus story.

In my recent book, Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites, I join a community of high profile scholars in exposing a two-thousand-year conspiracy. (All the evidence-based findings and research are cited in the book)

In the second century BC, the Hebrew Bible was translated to Greek at the legendary library of Alexandria. Seventy Jewish scribes, hence the designation Septuagint Bible, were assigned this task by the Ptolemies (Greek monarchy of Egypt) in which they cunningly replaced this obscure Mizraim and its Faraon with the mighty Egypt and its king (Rulers of ancient Egypt were called kings and queens and not Pharaohs).

The Greek forged version, with this malicious distortion of ancient history, has been the source for all translations of the Bible worldwide ever since. (The source of even the Bible tucked under your pillow  … heh)

Generations after generations have been fed this fake story of Pharaoh of Egypt and Moses of the Israelites. What added to the drama and made it all the more mesmerizing is the fact that Egypt, with its fame and glory in the ancient world, had been the theatre of the Exodus story.

From tribe to Empire (The real story of Exodus)

May be this never crossed your mind, but If it wasn’t for Egypt and its splendor the Israelite tales wouldn’t have appealed to the masses. They wouldn’t have propagated beyond the confines of the Hebrew book. Try and retell the Exodus story as it had actually occurred in an obscure and small Arabian village called Mizraim.

Tell the story of Moses, the Yemenite Israelite, who was dumped as a newborn infant in one of the river streams of Southern Arabia. Moses was picked up and raised in the household of فرعون/Faraon (not Pharaoh). Being the chieftain of Mizraim, a transit-village for ancient caravan trade, Faraon was a wealthy and powerful man.

As a young boy, Moses herded sheep and when turned into a strong man he helped Faraon attending the caravan’s merchants and their needs. Camel Caravans that had been crossing the arid Arabian desert for weeks – carrying shipments of spices, frankincense, textile and ivory- usually stayed at Mizraim for a couple of days for rest and resupply of water and food.

Caravan camels unloaded at a transit-village (Storehouse in the background)

Caravan camels unloaded at a transit-village (Storehouse in the background)

That’s why Mizraim as a transit-village had to have as many storehouses as possible. Whenever a caravan stopped at Mizraim, the valuable cargo/commodities carried by the camels would be unloaded and stored in the storehouses.

In that way Mizraim served as a store city and as the business of Faroan prospered he always needed more storecities/storhouses (that’s what the Israelite slaves toiled all day building for Faraon/فرعون) The Israelite slaves were actually forced into building brick stone storehouses (not Pyramids and Temples for crying out loud)

“Therefore they did set over them taskmasters to afflict them with their burdens. And they built for Pharaoh store-cities” Exodus 1-11

Faraon whose name by the way was Al Waleed bin Musaab, kept a small garrison of guards to protect his lucrative business and safeguard the valuable cargo of the camel trains which cut across ancient Arabia from Yemen in the south to Petra and Egypt in the North.

And since slavery was a pervasive culture/trade in ancient Arabia (ancient Egypt didn’t practice slavery by the way), Faraon had a couple of hundred slaves who worked for him. Ancient Arabia was a tribal culture, and most of the slaves in Mizraim were from the Israelites’ tribe (originally from North Yemen)

Being an Israelite Moses had to defend a fellow Israelite when attacked by a garrison guard. Moses killed the guard. Moses had to explain himself and apologize for Faraon but he didn’t. Instead Moses, accompanied by a couple of hundred of the Israelite slaves fled Mizraim (the Hebrew Bible estimate is 600000 slaves that would approximate to 2 million if children and livestock were included – part of the Septuagint forgery and fraud)

The escape coincided with the break of a mighty storm (some sources say earthquake) which hit Mizraim and the desert all around it.  On hearing the news of the slaves’ escape Faraon and his garrison followed them. While crossing the same river stream Moses had been dumped in before, some of the garrison guards stumbled and fell in the water. Hurdled by the tempest and many wounded guards Faraon called off his pursuit of the Israelite slaves, some say he also drowned. End of story. (If you’re wondering about the ten plagues; we will get to that at the end of this post)

Now, try and take the land of Egypt with its Pyramids, temples, music, riches, costumes, culture, sculpture, priests, military chariots, people and River Nile out of the Exodus Story and then see what you’ve got (not much left for Mr. DeMille or Mr.Scott eh?)

That’s right, you will end up with a totally different story; boring and irrelevant to any audience except may be the sheep herders and tribesmen from ancient Arabia.


Not much would be left for director Cesil B DeMille or Ridely Scott, should we take Egypt out of the Exodus story.

Could you see why the Jewish scribes thought it was not a bad idea to relocate the theater of their stories from the obscure and small Mizraim to the land of the Pyramids and the Nile ? From the tribe to the Empire.

Translating the Hebrew Bible to Greek gave the Jewish scribes the golden opportunity to disseminate their tribal stories far and wide. Faking the Exodus story also ensured the whole Levant as the Israelites’ Promised Land instead of a small and obscure piece of the arid Arabian Desert in North Yemen.

Surely the Jewish scribes didn’t blow the opportunity, even if it meant tainting the whole history of ancient Egypt and messing up the history of the whole Ancient World. (Not to mention deceiving generations of credulous believers)

First tide of Jewish migration to Palestine (The perfect crime)

In the second century BC, a very important turn of politics and linguistics was taking place across the Mediterranean and the whole ancient Levant; the Greek rise to power as the new Empire, and the replacement of Hebrew by Aramaic tongue in the Levant and the ancient Egyptian (Demotic) by the new Coptic Greek language in Egypt.

After the decline of the ancient caravan trade (which sustained the Yemenite Hebrews for centuries), new influx of immigrant Jews from Arabia to the Levant (Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon and Syria) started as early as the 3rd -4th century BC.  As the new naval route and its new economics was replacing the ancient caravan trade, the Yemenite/Arabian Jews simply followed the money (Ancient Jewish trait).

Since the new trade centers were scattered across the north and east coast of the Mediterranean e.g. Carthage (Tunisia), Alexandria (Egypt) and Tyre (Lebanon), that’s where the new Jewish immigrants headed to.

But the majority settled in Palestine (already inhabited by Phoenicians and the descendants of Peleset/Sea people) Later known as the Palestinians (Distinctly different from the Biblical Philistines – topic for an upcoming post)

Bit by bit, the new generations of immigrant Jews, not the Israelites, to Palestine, in their new settlements and with their new Aramaic tongue began to lose ties with ancient Arabia. Hence, the Jewish clergy/illuminati, from the Hasmonean dynasty 140 BC–37 BC, embarked on a malevolent scheme for establishing a parallel Jewish history in Palestine (a scheme that has recently been revived by the Zionists)

The Hebrew clergy/illuminati, equipped with Talmudic & Pharisaic opportunism and deceit, decided to erase the Israelites’ remote Arabian history and invent a whole new one in Egypt and Palestine (Talmudic laws allow such deceptions and devious Machiavellian conduct)

The gentiles are outside the protection of the law and God has exposed their money to Israel, so Jews May Lie to Non-Jews (Baba Kamma 37b) 

 Jews may use lies (“subterfuges”) to circumvent a Gentile (Baba Kamma 113a.) … teachings from the Jewish Talmud

The Hebrew scribes had kept the ancient stories, with the bits and pieces about God’s chosen people and the Promised Land, but projected it all over their new settlements in Palestine. Hell, they had even built a new parallel temple (so called second temple that was demolished by the Romans in 70 AD)

New fake Jewish history had been fabricated, while the (Real) oral history and the Israelites remote Arabian memories kept on fading away over the long years. But the Jewish Rabbis, Rab/رب is Arabic for master, never thought that one day the science and technology of modern Archeology would refute their stories in Egypt and Palestine.

Prof. Ze’ev Herzog

Prof. Ze’ev Herzog

After all, ancient Arabia was behind them nearly forgotten and ancient Egypt had become history. With no body speaking neither ancient Egyptian nor ancient Hebrew the Jewish illuminati thought they had committed the perfect crime

It never crossed the Jewish clergy/scribes’ mind that two thousand years later, a Jewish archeologist was going to be the one to invalidate and expose their fake story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt and their Promised Land in Palestine.

From Ha’aretz Magazine, Friday, October 29, 1999)

“Following 70 years of intensive excavations in the Land of Israel, archaeologists have found out: The patriarchs’ acts are legendary stories, we did not sojourn in Egypt or make an exodus, we did not conquer the land. Neither is there any mention of the empire of David and Solomon. Those who take an interest have known these facts for years, but Israel is a stubborn people and doesn’t want to hear about it”

Prof. Ze’ev Herzog, head of the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Tel Aviv University.

Why Egypt never converted to Judaism

Now for the exciting part of the Exodus story, the devastating ten plagues. I’m not going to elaborate on the many theories that view the plagues as a mere work of fiction by the Jewish scribes. On the contrary I, for once, will insist that those plagues had really hit the land of the Israelites’ bondage.

But agreeing to the plagues’ premise will come at a heavy price for the Biblical enthusiasts and scholars; the burden of proof (and at the same time disproving my thesis)

The population of the whole of Egypt at the supposed time of the Exodus was around 2.5-3.5 million. If Egypt was the land of bondage that means 2 million people had to leave the country. That would simply translate into a drastic decline, almost catastrophic, in ancient Egypt’s demographic and economic chart. But nothing like that showed in the historical records. As a matter of fact Egypt around 1450 – 1250 BC, suggested time of Exodus, was at the climax of its Imperial glory (the time of king Tut Ankhamun and his unparalleled treasures till this very moment)

Another inevitable result that is usually overlooked is the reaction of the people of Egypt after the plagues. Only fools would expect the aftermath of the ten plagues continued to be business as usual for Egyptians.

Try and imagine yourself amongst ancient Egyptians who had survived the devastation of the ten plagues. You had witnessed firsthand the might of the God of the Israelites as he revealed himself through the plagues (zombie-like rampage during which armies of frogs, lice, flies, hail, locusts were unleashed and the water turned into blood before the whole land finally shrouded in darkness)

Yahweh had forcefully shown to Egyptians the utter impotence of their gods and demonstrated beyond any reasonable doubt his power over them. If you were an Egyptian, gawping at those miracles as they unfolded with bloody water dribbling out of your mouth, what would your reaction be?

Humbled by the might and revelation of Yahweh, certainly you would have gotten down on your knees. And with (bloody) tears in your eyes you would have implored Yehwah for forgiveness as you renounced the Egyptian old deities and converted wholeheartedly to Judaism.

If Egypt was the land of the Israelites’ bondage and Exodus, the whole ancient Egyptians would have converted to Judaism around 1400 – 1200 BC (The whole Khazar Kingdom had converted to Judaism for much less a reason)

But that never happened not then nor at any other point in time later on. Egypt never converted to Judaism. The reason for that is very simple and very self-evident; Egypt knew no Phraohs nor any Israelites.

Interestingly, modern Israeli diplomats and high officials will answer any questions from the public or the press except those relating to ancient history or archeology (Rule of thumb for Zionists and Israeli Diplomats). The Zionist elite/illuminati and intelligentsia are quite aware of the Hasmonean and the Septuagint fraud.

Top level Zionists/Israeli heads know that the Zionist project is well and thriving as long as its historical claims are not questioned or challenged.

We could (and actually should) carry on with our very legitimate effort to expose Zionism on the political side. Surely that will hinder the ongoing project of a bigger Israel, but it will not deter or stop the Zionist project. If we want to hit Israel hard where it really hurts, then we must expose the original Jewish lie (the very historical claims the state of Israel has been founded upon)

We should expose the Septuagint fraud. Let’s reveal (make known among the nations) that ancient Egypt never knew Pharaohs nor any Israelites.  In other words we’ll be saying that Egypt was never the land of the Exodus and that Palestine is not the Promised Land (End of the state of Israel)

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Find out how the Israelites copycatted myths from Assyrian and Babylonian culture, how the Hebrews hijacked and tarnished the ancient Egyptian history and how the Jews are currently grabbing the Palestinian land by historical fraud.  Discover the real and violent history of the Israelites in ancient Arabia and Yemen.

Only by exposing the true history of the Israelites and their Yemenite origin, could we shake the foundations of Zionism and hinder its evil project. Seek the truth; for the truth will set us all free.


ezzatDr. Ashraf Ezzat is an Egyptian medical doctor whose passion has always been writing. He says of all the human-related studies, he finds himself attracted to history. Ashraf stresses that history helps us understand change and how the society we live in came to be.

He says Egyptology holds a special place in his heart, for Egypt is where the human conscience sprouted. In ancient Egypt all things civilized began to evolve.

“I write articles and share posts of interest to me and hopefully to a lot of people.” Dr. Ashraf Ezzat says you can drop him a line any time at: [email protected] “I like to exchange knowledge and experience, I think that`s what Blogging is all about.”

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