We at Jewdar were delighted to hear that some self-declared defender of Hinduism has taken it upon himself to take a stand against The Love Guru. According to Rajan Zed, the movie lampoons Hinduism and uses terms like karma frivolously. Now personally, much as we have enjoyed several of Mike Myers’ movies, this one was not on our must-see list, since it seems like the kind of thing in which the trailer shows you the five decent gags that get repeated throughout the film. Still, our support for Zed’s crusade (is that the right word when discussing a Hindu?) has nothing to do with the film itself. Rather we are always delighted to see goyish buttinskys like Zed and the ubiquitous William Donahue acting just as self-righteously and humorlessly as our own variety. We thought it was nice that Zed gave a shout out in the piece to a "prominent Jewish rabbi," who, if you followed his link, turned out to be some Nevada Plonit Almonit who might very well be the most prominent rabbi in Nevada, but come on, let’s have some perspective.