The Egyptians regard it as historical fantasy that is claiming credit for things they never did.
There are records of jewish people working as slave dealers and foremen on Egyptian construction projects. There is no record, anywhere, of any jewish slave ever working on any pyramid in Egypt. The records point to a different story, one in which jewish people were foremen and bosses of the trade unions which worked for the pharaohs in exchange for salary and benefits just like any work site in New York city today. There is no evidence after 3000 B.C. of the forced labor system in Egypt and what evidence there is before it is mostly part of mythical writings. The trade in slaves was mostly Nubians and they were mostly sold by other Nubians.
The story of the exodus has no records anywhere to support any pharaoh having a large slave population of jews at any time nor is the story of their bondage recorded anywhere else. Certainly such an event would have been recorded by somebody in the Pharaonic empire at some point since they recorded every single bushel of wheat they harvested.
It wasn't until two millennium after the Great Pyramid got its capstone that the earliest known record provides evidence of Jews in Egypt. They were a garrison of soldiers from the Persian Empire, stationed on an island in the Nile in 650 BC. This is from the Elephantine Papyri translated in 1903 in Aramaic (not Hebrew) and these "jews" were well known for pagan polytheism mixed together with some elements from the Torah. The document clearly describes these jewish settlers as owning and dealing in Egyptian slaves. No record of any of them being enslaved at any point.
Since all the dates are wrong for every single element in that story, it is very reasonable to believe the story of Exodus was taken from the Hyksos and they in turn stole it from somebody else much earlier. It is a very important story and it is still a part of Old Testament canon but clearly it is a story of some other race of people in some other place which was appropriated by jewish people for their own purposes.
Looking over their own native literature, which is exceedingly poorly written, so much so it is only of value to them, it can be assumed they saw a religion which they liked, they adopted it and changed parts of it to make it into their narrative.
I believe in a God who inspired that writing for all mankind. The narrow and amended version which posits that Judaism is particularly important to God is fan fiction. The children of Abraham are the real focus of the Bible and there are more of them on the Earth than you can see stars in the heavens. Sephardic Hebrews we know descend from Abraham but there are many, many different races and colors of men on the planet who also can rightfully claim descent from Abraham as the genetics increasingly demonstrates. I think the Bible is a promise extended to all of mankind but there is a race of men who want you to think they have some unique claim on the contents. They have no such thing and are suspect to even insist on such a thing given the evidence of their own genetics. If we were ourselves as strict and rigid as they are we could point out that most of them don't have a drop of Hebrew blood in their body and have no ancestors that ever lived in the Middle East.