George Clooney would like to become President of the United States. What a disaster that would be. It would be like having the Muslim Brotherhood running the United States. His Lebanese wife, Amal Alamouddin, is connected to the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Egyptians have threatened to arrest her when she was representing the journalists of Al-Jazeera who were arrested in Egypt. See the Guardian articles.
Al-Jazeera is the leftist anti-American news network that belongs to the Emir of Qatar. The journalists of Al-Jazeera were arrested when the Muslim Brother Mohammad Morsi was overturned in Egypt by the Egyptian socialists.
The Turkish Islamists rose to power in 2002 in Turkey, and with the help of Turkey, Iran, Qatar, and obviously the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood rose to power too in 2012 by promising democracy and anti-corruption policies.
I do not know if Amal Alamoudin is connected to Hezbollah or Qatar. Actually Qatar is the one with the deep pockets. Hezbollah is specialized in explosives.
Note that Huffington Post and Business Insider are very friendly news agencies to the the Muslim Brotherhood.
“Amal Clooney warned that she risked arrest”, January 2015
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Egyptian experts warned human rights barrister Amal Clooney that she risked arrest in February 2014 after identifying serious flaws in its judicial system.
The same flaws subsequently contributed to the conviction of three al-Jazeera journalists now jailed in Cairo.
In an interview with the Guardian after their appeal hearing this week, Clooney, a lawyer for one of the trio, said they were victims of the same legal irregularities that she earmarked in her February 2014 report about Egyptian courts.
Written before Clooney became involved in the al-Jazeera case, the report was deemed so controversial that her team was warned they could be arrested should they have tried to present its findings inside Egypt.
“When I went to launch the report, first of all they stopped us from doing it in Cairo,” Clooney told the Guardian. “They said: ‘Does the report criticise the army, the judiciary, or the government?’ We said: ‘Well, yes.’ They said: ‘Well then, you’re risking arrest.’”
The three journalists – Peter Greste, Baher Mohamed, and Mohamed Fahmy, whom Clooney represents – were initially sentenced to between seven and 10 years in jail last June by the controversial Egyptian judge Mohamed Nagy Shehata.
“Al-Jazeera journalists jailed for airing ‘false news’, Egyptian court ruling says”, September 2015
“Al-Jazeera pair apply for deportation from Egypt”, January 2015