Stele of Merneptah

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The Stele of Merneptah, known as the "Israel Stele", dates back to 1208 B.C. Of all the hieroglyphic words engraved upon the Stele of Merneptah, only one of the words was mistranslated, the word "iisii-r-iar". This hieroglyph sentance, is in fact an Egyptian sentance meaning: "those exiled because of their sin." Pharaohs Rams's II and Merneptah, used this word when talking about the exiled Hyksos, Pharaoh Akhenaton and Pharaoh Akhenaton's followers, termed as the "children of "iisii-r-iar" - israel".

Hyksos in general, and again Pharaoh Akhenaton and his followers were all expelled from Egypt. Twice was the Hyksos aka (Children of israel) expelled from Egypt. The name of these expelled people was originally called "iisii-r-iar", according to Stele of Merneptah an ancient Egyptian record.

The modern word "israel" was invented by scribes who pieced together the bible. The Stele of Merneptah hieroglyphs "iisii-r-iar" was intentionally mistranslated into the meaning of israel, through the alteration of the final glyph, "r" into "l", at the end of the hieroglyph sentence.

However, little did the scribes realize it at that time, when they committed this shameful act of falsification of mistranslating the official historical records, it actually places, and proves that the Atonest/Hyksos/Jews aka "children of israel" are indeed the Hyksos Zionist Jews aka "children of israel". This misinterpretation is being taught in modern academics today. The ulterior motive for the misinterpretation of the Stele of Merneptah, known as the "Israel Stele", is to cover up real history. Again and again through out history we continue see the practices of deceptions made by the Hyksos Pharaohs, aka children of Israel - Jews. Their intent was to prove Israel's legitimacy, and for its existence.