Mel Gibson has apologized for his behavior last week when he was stopped for drunk driving and went on a tirade that included blaming Jews for all the wars in the world. In his statement he wrote, “I have battled with the disease of alcoholism for all of my adult life and profoundly regret my horrific relapse [into anti-Semitism].”

At least now Mel has something in common with Dubya, whom he has criticized. They’ve both been stopped for DUI, though Gibson points out that Bush was driving under Jewish influence.

The Malibu incident has stirred some debate once again about “The Passion of the Christ” and whether it was indeed an anti-Semitic work. Unfortunately, a Jewish person did get beat up somewhere in the country because of that movie, apparently by another Jew trying to convince him that the film was in fact anti-Semitic.

But why were Jews so worried that this movie would incite violence against them in America? I mean, if Barbra Streisand hasn’t managed to do it…I don’t think any movie can.

So was it or wasn’t it anti-Semitic? Well, Yassir Arafat said it wasn’t, so there you have it. Audiences in the Middle East agreed, saying it just showed everyone how terrible the Jews are.