Stop calling her George Clooney’s fiance. While Amal Alamuddin’s star rose internationally when she nabbed one of the world’s most eligible bachelors — and is destined to climb even higher once she weds the actor in the coming weeks — the London-based Lebanese lawyer has long been a celebrity in the tight-knit and secretive Druze community, an ancient offshoot of Shiite Islam that boasts a mere 1.5 million followers. Some of that can be chalked up to Alamuddin’s thoroughbred roots.