It does not appear that this claim is by Jews or Christians, let alone any authoritative Christian or Jewish source. But even if it was, it’s best to take all such claims by anyone with a grain of salt anyway. Or perhaps a boulder of salt might be more appropriate, until it’s been thoroughly verified etc. Claims that the bible got something wrong (if this is even what this claim is?) pop up all the time, and usually amount to nothing (though the demonstrations that they are false get much less fanfare than the claims that they are true).
In particular, claims that include statements like this:
The Egyptian archaeologist added: "the prevailing thesis according to which the kings of ancient Egypt were named Pharaohs is a false thesis promoted by the Jews to stick false accusations on ancient Egyptians."
Which seem to indicate that this scholar may not be unbiased.
Not to mention that the only evidence that the article mentions that he used is from the Koran, which is much more recent than the Old Testament:
To prove his thesis, Waziri presented his conclusions from a study he conducted about the subject. He said that reviewing the Koran, he has not seen that the word “Pharaoh” is used to describe Egypt or Egyptians.
According to Waziri, the Koranic evidence that “Pharaoh” is a private name and not a royal title, as Israel alleges, is the phrase “Oh, Pharaoh”, that refers to Pharaoh as a private individual.
And again, I’m not actually sure the dynasty of the Pharaoh actually really matters that much anyway.