Your claim to understand EVERY written language is total BS, and you know it.
As for the Sinai Peninsula, I have been there several times, so I do know what the terrain and climate conditions are.
My point was that all deserts have many of the same features, and you shouldn't presume otherwise.
Now, even the ancient Egyptians altered facts to fit whatever Pharaoh was in power at the time.
Foe example, there is a temple in Thebes that describes Ramses' victory at the battle of Kadesh.
But on the other side of that same temple it talks about Ramses signing a peace with the very same people he was supposed to have conquered at Kadesh.
So, which story is true? Did he conquer them or sign a treaty with them?
And since the Pharaoh was supposed to be a living God, do you seriously believe that the scribes would record the fact that a "God" couldn't put down a slave revolt?
You either believe or you don't, nothing anyone says will change your mind.