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We have family members all over the world, and the idea that someone would inflame any part of that world for the sole reason of selling papers should be criminal.
When Parsi Zoroastrians, having fled Persian persecution, arrived on Indian soil sometime between the 8th and 10th centuries, the story goes, an Indian ruler sent a cup full of milk.
The intention, clearly, was to convey that India was filled to the brim.
The Zoroastrian king inserted either sugar—or in some tellings, a ring—and sent the cup back to suggest that not only was there room for his people, but they would also enrich Indian society if permitted to settle.
I want to speak to the irresponsibility of Monday's Daily Mail report.
I seldom respond to tabloids, unless it involves someone else and their safety or well being.
The Daily Mail has printed a completely fabricated story about my fiancée's mother opposing our marriage for religious reasons.
It says Amal's mother has been telling "half of Beirut" that she's against the wedding.
It says they joke about traditions in the Druze religion that end up with the death of the bride.
STORY: George Clooney slams story of mother-in-law rift First of all, none of the story is factually true. She has not been to Beirut since Amal and I have been dating, and she is in no way against the marriage — but none of that is the issue.
I'm, of course, used to the Daily Mail making up stories — they do it several times a week — and I don't care.
If they fabricate stories of Amal being pregnant, or that the marriage will take place on the set of Downton Abbey, or that I'm running for office, or any number of idiotic stories that they sit at their computers and invent, I don't care. The irresponsibility, in this day and age, to exploit religious differences where none exist, is at the very least negligent and more appropriately dangerous.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating