George Clooney Arrested In Sudan Protest,Twitter Users Show Support (Video) Washington (CNN) — Police arrested actor George Clooney and others Friday during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington. The arrested protesters included congressmen, human rights activists and faith leaders. “We are here really to ask two very simple questions,” Clooney said moments before his arrest. “The first question is something immediate — and immediately, we need humanitarian aid to be allowed into the Sudan before it becomes the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.” The second thing, he said, “is for the government in Khartoum to stop randomly killing its own innocent men, women and children. Stop raping them and stop starving them. That’s all we ask.” Protesters had begun gathering up the street before the protest began and converged on the Embassy once Clooney and the others arrived, holding signs reading “Stop Bombing Civilians Now!” and “End the silence stop the violence.” Clooney met with President Obama on Thursday to discuss his concerns about Sudan. He testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week about violence in the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan, a state in Sudan near its border with newly independent South Sudan. Clooney and other activists blame the Sudanese government for attacks there that have injured and killed civilians.Read more here. I salute everyone involved in this protest cause they knew they had to sacrifice something to get the media’s attention on this disaster going on in Sudan.