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    George Clooney arrested, handcuffed, outside Sudan embassy in D.C.

    You do have to give props to George Clooney for standing up for his values.

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    Re: George Clooney arrested, handcuffed, outside Sudan embassy in D.C.

    Do they not, then, ponder about the Qur‘an? Had it been from someone other than Allah, they would have found in it much discrepancy. [4:82]

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    Re: George Clooney arrested, handcuffed, outside Sudan embassy in D.C.

    I was watching the news on 700 Club last night. Apparently Clooney is currently very popular with Christians, and has been working with Robertson's Christian Ministries - despite some pretty serious political/religious differences.

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    Wouldn't it be nice if Christians and "others" could do something together for the Sudan? What Clooney is doing is a great thing.
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    Re: George Clooney arrested, handcuffed, outside Sudan embassy in D.C.

    I wonder if he did this right after he testified in front of Congress the other day (which I watched, and was quite impressed)...

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