Since just about every plant in the world grows here, yes, there is every kind of pollen and lots of allergies. Grass and powdery mildew are high right now. That rarely causes death, though. Likewise, it could be vaccine related but vaccine mania seems mostly over and these are not the most affluent neighborhoods. The fentanyl theory is very plausible if there was a common dope dealer or party. What's against it is that these were spread out over a large area. Chandler is 20 miles from the closest of the first two Phoenix addresses, which are 11 miles apart in the middle of the city. The last, on Price Road and Broadway, is closer to Chandler but still several miles. Seems not at all odd that they would go to different hospitals, or that the media would have someone monitoring police calls. The morning news needs some grist.
Get a historical grip. These verses do not refer to Jews in general or any future hypothesized "fake because I said so" Jews. The followers of Jesus are the true Jews, as Paul later tries to explain, and the adversaries of these early Messianic Jews are the rabbinical Jews who rejected Christ for various reasons: First, they'd be out of a job as divine mediators. Second, in the Roman world there was a political tension which led to certain advantages for the Jews, but not these upstarts following Jesus. When the Romans saw that the Jews they had been dealing with rejected the Messianic Jews/Christians, and figured out that the Pharisees were looking for a worldly Messiah and therefore more on the side of the Zealots, they started coming down on all Jews. Here's an article with some of the nuances. https://www.gotquestions.org/synagogue-of-Satan.html
By the way, the OT view of Satan was quite different from the modern one. You could look into that, too.
Yes, clay tablets were still around in the days of the Assyria (different language, though) and are a cross-reference. Also Egyptian documents and carvings--the oldest mention of YHWH is a phonetic pictograph in a ruined temple in upper Egypt.
For the moment, as I haven't seen him before, I'll take the most charitable view, that he is misinformed and parroting ignorant opinions. But I agree that antagonizing is not the key to persuasion. He isn't the only one in this thread.
The only agreement of Sumerian and Hebrew religion is that creation happened through divine action and there was a great flood. Sumerian was a dead language by 2000 BC, having been replaced by Akkadian, starting from Sargon the Great, 2334 BC. Meanwhile the people who became the Israelites had a different language, culture, and religion entirely from the Sumerians and rejected the later versions of the Sumerian gods. Moses is credited with writing the earliest books of the Bible, about 1600 BC, when Sumer was long gone. The earliest written Hebrew religious scroll we have now is the "silver scrolls" from about 700 BC and bears no relation to anything Sumerian.
The oil minister--Tareck El-Assamai, good Spanish name. How is it that the most wrecked country in SA is investigating corruption and actually arresting some corrupt sounding people? Bigger crooks cleaning out the rivals?
Still thinking about you,too.