The Adam Sandler Institute for Public Policy – otherwise known as Happy Madison Productions – has released another position paper. Sandler previously and awkwardly lobbied against workaholic dads in Click and against homophobia in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry. Zohan is his contribution to the Mid-East peace process. Sandler stars as an Israeli anti-terrorist operative who has tired of the fighting and decides to pursue his dream of becoming a hair stylist in New York City. Zohan can’t escape his past, however, and so he finds himself in the midst of feuding Palestinians and Jewish immigrants in a New York neighborhood. When he tries to convince them to give peace a chance, you realize Sandler actually intends for this to be some sort of political parable. You get the feeling Sandler took a trip to Israel and came back with 6,000 jokes about hummus (the 6,000 penis jokes he didn’t have to go anywhere to find).