Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Clooney Not Good Enough for Muslim Woman

I've been wondering what the Muslim street's reaction would be about non-Muslim George Clooney's pending marriage to Muslim Amal Alamuddin.  So far some pretty strong public objections from Alamuddin's mother and community.  Frankly I'm waiting for the formal fatwas to kill both of them for violating Sharia law.  time will tell but it's a good thing Clooney can afford good security.  Surely, some Muslim, somewhere will be outraged enough to try to kill them both, Alamuddin for the apostasy of marrying a kuffar and Clooney for the "crime" marrying a Muslim woman.

It will be interesting to see how the liberal community reacts when one of it's darlings' life is threatened by another of it's darlings, "peaceful" Islam.

BTW, this story has been scrubbed from "The Daily Mail".  Afraid of the Islamic boogie man, Mail?


Amal Alamuddin's mother against marriage with George Clooney

By Bang

Published Tuesday, July 08, 2014

George Clooney with fiancée Amal Alamuddin during a visit to Tanzania. Amal is a British lawyer as well as a human rights activisit. (AFP)

George Clooney's future mother-in-law doesn't think he's good enough for her daughter.

Amal Alamuddin's mother is reportedly against her marrying George Clooney.

She is not so impressed with her daughter’s choice - and instead wanted her to marry within their strict Lebanese religious sect, according to close family friends.

Baria Alamuddin wants the human rights lawyer, who was born into a strict Lebanese religious sect in Beirut, to wed a Druze and believes her daughter can find someone "better" than the 53-year-old Hollywood actor.

A friend of Baria told the MailOnline: "You would think Amal has hit the jackpot with George Clooney, but Baria is not happy. She thinks Amal can do better. She has been telling half of Beirut, in fact anyone that will listen, there are five hundred thousand Druze. Are none of them good enough for her?' "

Amal's beliefs forbid her to marry anyone outside of her religion and disobeying the rules could result in excommunication and social boycott.

Article continues HERE.