George Clooney confessed to helping a refugee from Iraq at home

Hollywood actor George Clooney admitted that he lodged in his house of a Kurdish refugee from Iraq who escaped from the terrorist organization “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia). The words of the artist, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

“He was on a bus in Mosul. The terrorists killed two drivers and said, “We’ll shoot everyone here wants to go to College.” He survived and ended up in America. He went through all the checks,” — said Clooney.

The actor said that he and his wife Amalia placed the refugee at his home in Kentucky and offered him support in getting education. The Kurd entered the University of Chicago.

Clooney has starred in such films as “From dusk till dawn”, “hail Caesar!”, “Burn after reading”, “Oh, where are you, brother?”, and in the trilogy “ocean’s eleven”. In 2009, Time magazine recognized the actor as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

In summer 2014, the is militants seized part of the territories of Syria and Iraq and declared a Caliphate there. At the same time, a coalition of several dozen States under the auspices of the United States launched a military operation against the militants.