A Southern California temple is trying to shame Mel Gibson into undoing a mess it created by taking out a jumbo loan on its synagogue — a loan it can’t afford to pay back.

Congregation Beth Shalom, located in Corona, sent Mel a letter — obtained by TMZ — in which it is requesting big money from the actor to prevent foreclosure.

Now here’s the shameful part.  In a move resembling a dude accosting you for money at a gas station,  the letter reads in part, “Our proposal to you, Mr. Gibson, is since you have been cited as an Anti-Semitic, and have denied those allegations, what better way to prove to all your fans and the nay Sayers — than to endorse and help raise funds for our cause — SOS, Save Our Synagogue.”

The letter ends with this: “Mr. Gibson, we offer you to be a Mensch and make a sizable contribution to our cause.”

We know Gibson has contributed a fortune to a bunch of L.A. charities, including $5 million to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center — a Jewish hospital.

Mel’s rep tells TMZ … he knows nothing about the request but wishes the temple all the best.

The real issue …. Who knew there were Jews in Corona?

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3 Responses to Payback

  1. melgibstein says:

    Why on earth would an Arab or Muslim want to disturb Mel Gibson’s life? And what’s with the winter hat and cold weather clothes?

    Mel Gibson Why I Want to Make A Jewish Hero Movie

    Mel Gibson has a passion for the story of Judah Maccabee, one of the greatest Jewish heroes of all time, but is not doing the movie as an act of contrition.

    Sources very close to Mel tell TMZ … Gibson does not feel the need to bridge a gap between himself and the Jewish community, because he doesn’t believe a gap exists. They say Mel is adamant — he does not hate Jews, noting that his lawyers are Jewish, his publicist is Jewish, and he has many Jewish friends and employees.

    As for Mel’s anti-Semitic rant during his 2006 DUI arrest, Mel has written two public letters of apology and also met with numerous leaders in the Jewish community to discuss where he went wrong.

    As for the movie, Mel has wanted to produce it for a decade, telling our sources it’s actually a statement against corruption in the church. Mel believes Maccabee’s story parallels the modern church, and he thinks the movie will help force change.

    Dont forget his eh ehhhhhh bodyguard Where is his bodyguard in this clip anyway? He couldve kicked that Arabs @ss like in the homeland (Khazaria).

    Is Mel a British Israel guy now? Thats almost worse than being a Jew.

    I didnt know he gave 5 million to a Jewish hospital did you? Funny how we found this out with this story blended in. Arnie Schvartzengerger contributed like 8 million the the Simon Wiesenthal Center. I once told that to Bill OReilly on the radio and O”Reilly said “yeah, but not all at one time”. I said so he gave them a million a year for 8 years?


  2. melgibstein says:

    The shills have put their names on it, passed it around and shown it like a jew at a car show I see.

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