Dr. Brian Mattson wrote a fascinating review of Darren Aronofsky's Noah. Covers the Kabbalistic / gnostic slant imparted by the writers. Dr. Mattson appears to be a good writer. In addition to his blog at that link, he is now publishing weekly Substack articles.
An article from the Identity Dixie blog explaining that modern Israel is not the Biblical Israel.
macabim.org, an organization of Talmudists, titling themselves "Doctors and Scientists United To Save Humanity". Dr. Zev Zelenko is apparently one of its members.
Physicians, Scientists, and Community Activists Standing for Truth, Medical Freedom, and G-d Awareness. We promote early, lifesaving treatment for corona, and oppose the injection and the vaccine mandates. We stand for free speech, freedom of information, informed consent, and transparency.
Newsweek proudly proclaims that the best Christmas songs were actually written by Jews. (archive)
A few articles covering the intersection of Talmudic and Islamic legal thought. It is my assertion that Islam is a spiritual successor to Talmudic thought; the teachings of Christ are disjoint from these.
Did a bit of a dive on the intersection of the topics "Gog and Magog" and "Khazaria" for a friend. Apparently, it's a popular topic in muslim circles. There is a very well-cited article from apfn.org titled "Gog, Magog, and the Kingdom of the Khazars". It only exists in archives now, and was split across two parts: Part 1 and Part 2. Steven Anderson preached on the topic of Gog and Magog; the Khazaria angle chiefly reflects Arthur Koestler's "The Thirteenth Tribe". archive.org stores a "Gog and Magog Research Pack" which is very comprehensive.
A Rabbi Struggles With A Consequence of Christ. A Bible blog discusses the same.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "Israeli Sephardic leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his weekly Saturday night sermon said that non-Jews exist to serve Jews." (archive)