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I really have zero desire to read anything past this statement. It's demonstrably false, in a multitude of ways, which I've already addressed, and I get the impression pointing it out even further would be wasted on you.Mosaic law and the deity associated with it was for jews. Written by jews. Applicable only to jews. For example, under their lending and slave laws (commandments) - special rules for jews. That is to say how they treated each other was different to how non-jews were to be treated.
You completely misuse the term "Jew". You don't even know what it means. Learn what a "Jew" is, try to forumulate and argument that at least accomplishes the proper use of the term, and then maybe we'll talk.
There were exactly zero "Jews" in Moses' day. It was long before the Judahite's Babylonian captivity, which is when what we know today as "Judaism" came to be. The word "Jew" isn't even used in the Bible until the book of 2 Kings. You'll find it nowhere in the law books, including the Exodus, which involve the Israelite tribes. All 12 of them.
"Judah" was only 1/12 of the Israelite tribes, and the term "Jew" as it is used in the Bible, when discussing Israelites, only refers to the House of Judah or the tribe of Judah or Benjamin specifically. The vast majority of Israelites, 10/12ths of them, were never referred to as "Jews".