We must send a message, however we can, that such treatment is unacceptable. We hope you will join us in solidarity. Clooney defended his boycott in a new op-ed for Deadline.
Starting April 3, homosexuals and adulterers can legally be stoned to death. Are we really going to help fund the murder of innocent citizens? But you can shame the banks, the financiers and the institutions that do business with them and choose to look the other way.
George Clooney finds gay rumours about himself amusing. Even though they're ongoing and pretty much the very definition of relentless. Recalling the most exaggerated rumour he's ever read, he told the new Esquire UK magazine: "[A headline read] 'George Clooney's gay-gay-gay.
George Clooney's sexuality is frequent fodder for the tabloids, but the superstar actor doesn't feel the need to deny being gay. The Oscar winner recently opened up to Esquire U. For years, talk has circulated about the sexual preferences of Hollywood's Most Eligible Bachelor.
George Timothy Clooney born May 6, is an American actor,director, producer and filmmaker. He is the recipient of three Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awardsone for acting in Syriana and the other for co-producing Argo Clooney made his acting debut on television inand later gained wide recognition in his role as Dr.
First announced inthe new measures were slow-walked for years due to opposition from human rights groups, and questions about the details of how punishments for violations of the law would be carried out. The law requires the death penalty for rape, adultery, sodomy, robbery, or insulting or defaming the prophet Muhammad. Women who have abortions will be publicly flogged, thieves have their hands amputated, and it will be illegal to expose Muslim children to the beliefs and practices of any religion besides Islam, reports The Guardian.
American actor George Clooney has called for a boycott of nine Brunei-owned hotels [Getty]. Date of publication: 30 March, American actor George Clooney has called for a boycott of nine Brunei-owned hotels over the sultanate's imposition of the death penalty for gay sex and adultery.
She is a columnist for Dawn newspaper in Pakistan and The Baffler. The views expressed in this commentary are her own. View more opinion on CNN. CNN "It is because of our need that Allah the Almighty, in all his generosity, has created laws for us, so that we can utilise them to obtain justice," declared Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah in Octoberwhen he first announced a three-part plan for the implementation of Sharia law in his tiny, wealthy and once oil-rich Kingdom of Brunei.
Staring on April 3, a new law in Brunei will make gay sex punishable by stoning. The people who work there are kind and helpful and have no part in the ownership of these properties. But are we really going to help pay for these human rights violations?