The Habiru

by Lujack Skylark
(St. Louis)

Judges 11:26


While Israel dwelt in Heshbon and her towns and in Aroer and her towns and all the cities that be along by the coasts of Arnon for 300 years. The Hebrews were not in Egypt at Jephthah's time some 300 yrs.

After Joshua invaded Canaan nor were the Egyptians mentioned where the Hebrews had settled in Amorite territory. Since the Habiru could also mean raiders at certain time during history-the word Habiru = Hebrew.

1 Kings 6:1 the Exodus occurred 480 yrs. before Solomon's 4th year places Thutmose III as pharaoh of the Exodus; and 40 yrs. after when Joshua attacks Jericho its in Amenhotep III's reign. He receives the Tel-Amarna letters from the Canaanites wanting Egyptian military intervention against the Habiru.

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Apr 21, 2011
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The Habiru vs. the Hyksos
by: Lujack Skylark

The Habiru were the Hebrews. The Hyksos were the Canaanites whom entered Egypt during the global world famine (Genesis 41:57) in the days Joseph was governor in Egypt during pharaoh Senusret III's reign.

The Execration Texts are traced back to the days of Senusret III, when Egyptians were cursing the Canaanites for entering Egypt.
(Genesis 47:13-17)

The Hyksos war against Egypt starts out in a myth where a hippo from Egypt's delta roars loud enough to awake the ruler of Thebes. Actually, the war covered up Ahmose and his family overthrowing the Amenemhet/Senusret prosperous dynasty soon after Joseph had died. The Abydos Egyptian kings list revealed after Amenemhet IV died the next king is Ahmose.

The Habiru war is in Canaan when Joshua invades the land of Canaan after Moses died. Egyptian king Amenhotep III receives word from Canaanite kings that the Hebrews have invaded Canaan.

There is treasure buried in ancient history where we uncover our Bible is a historically accurate book. Its sad modern man rejects these discoveries.

Apr 10, 2011
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Those 300 years
by: REX

Israel dwelt in Heshbon and her towns, and in Aroer and her towns, and all the cities along the coasts of Arnon for 300 years. SEE Judges 11:26

Archaeologist should be looking in this region for signs of a Hebrew presence.

Judges 10:4 And the Hebrews had 30 cities in Gilead during judge Jair's rule who reigned before Jephthah.


The Habiru (Hebrews)were both shepherds and city dwellers, whom lived in Canaanite captured cities before Jair's reign as judge.

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