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As a Donald Trump supporter, Nedal Tamer feels he's in the minority among Muslim-Americans, comfortable with his choice yet somewhat confounded that he doesn't have more company.He's got the good heart, he cares about America".The discomfort that many Muslims have with the outspoken billionaire businessman comes from his suggestion that Muslims be banned from entering the United States. Trump also has said the U.S. should stop the flow of refugees from countries where the Islamic State group has a significant presence. The Associated Press spoke to a number of Muslims who back Trump, some of whom declined to be interviewed.In heavily Arab and Muslim Dearborn, many support Democrat Bernie Sanders, the first Jewish candidate to win a presidential primary, and people in those communities helped turn the tide toward him last month in the state's primary.That's not stopping some Muslims from organizing on behalf of Republicans and, by extension, Trump.Some Arabs and Muslims not in the Trump camp have expressed tentative support for his comments related to the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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