No. And I based my statement on 'if'. The statement on the stella speaks of the wars and defeats others suffered by this pharaoh. And it states all he warred with and conquered who lived were bound meaning made captives. Captives were 'usually' always brought back to that conquering kings country in ancient times. That's the accepted interpretation of the quote by the professionals interpreting it regardless if the word Israel pertains to the ancestors of modern day Jews or not.<quoted text>
You're reading quite a bit into that stele. While it is very possible that it does refer to Israel (which is in some doubt) exactly what occurred after their defeat is pretty much guesswork.
The princes are prostrate, saying: "Mercy!"
Not one raises his head among the Nine Bows.
Desolation is for Tehenu;
Hatti is pacified;
Plundered is the Canaan with every evil;
Carried off is Ashkelon;
seized upon is Gezer;
Yeno`am is made as that which does not exist;
Israel is laid waste, his seed is not;
Hurru is become a widow for Egypt!
All lands together, they are pacified;
everyone who was restless has been bound
by the king of Upper and Lower Egypt;
Be-en Re Meri-Amon; the Son of Re;
mer-ne-Ptah Hotep-hir-Maat, given life
like Re every day.