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>> For Syrian refugee, Ahcmen Mohamed, President Donald Trump's partial ban has hit him hard. He tells Reuters his brother who was supposed to come with him delayed his flight due to tuberculosis. Now he may never come. Here, in Dearborn, Michigan, the impact of Trump's order has reverberated throughout the community.
The city has the highest concentration of Arab-Americans, that's caused some tension is the past as well. It's also home to Ford, which has been shaken up by Trump and scrap plans to build another auto factory in Mexico. But here among the Arab-Americans and the Muslim community, the surprise travel measure is also seen as an opportunity, says Reuters reporter Bernie Woodall.
He was at an impromptu town hall meeting about how to deal with the ban.>> The groups had various ideas but one thing seemed clear, that Trump has given them a golden opportunity to galvanize. This gives them a chance to communicate like they haven't in the past. And they've come up with several specific ideas, including establishing a phone number where attorneys can be on call 24 hours a day to respond to anyone detained at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
>> While many Arab-Americans here supported Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, and this billboard in Arabic which reads, Donald Trump, he can't read this but he's afraid of it, went up during the campaign, there are some Arab-Americans here who voted for Trump. But one of them, an imam, telling Reuters, now Trump has made it easier for his opponents to come together to fight him.