Angelina Jolie is standing up for Islam.
The Oscar winner, currently visiting flood victims in Pakistan as a U.N. Goodwill Ambassador, is speaking out against a Florida evangelical minister's controversial plan to hold a Quran burning on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
So what did she have to say?
"I have hardly the words that somebody would do that to somebody's religious book," she told reporters in Islamabad after returning from overflowing refugee camps in the northwest part of the country.
Jolie agreed with top U.S. officials that the would-be protest being organized by Pastor Terry Jones could endanger troops in the field and be used by the Taliban and other militants as a propaganda tool to stir up anti-American sentiment and spark a wider clash between the West and Islam.
As for the flooding disaster, the 35-year-old Salt star, dressed traditionally in a flowing grey dress and black head scarf, urged people to donate as much money as they can despite allegations that Pakistan's government has a corruption problem.
"I don't want some people to use it (corruption) as an excuse not to give assistance," Jolie said. "I have seen what they have done in the field. I've physically seen people assisted, so if you are nervous about giving money directly in one way there are other ways to do it."
Yessiree, Angelina is one of our Celeb Do-Gooders.