Billboard written in Arabic in Dearborn mocks Trump

- A billboard with an anti-Trump message written in Arabic is getting some buzz in Dearborn, Mich.

Translated, the message says, "Donald Trump doesn't know what this means but he's scared of it anyway."

It's located on the westbound side of Interstate 94 near exit 210B. Images of the billboard have been shared thousands of times across the country on social media.

The city of Dearborn boasts a large Arab-American community in the metro Detroit area. The metro Detroit area has one of the largest Arab-American populations in the United States.

In this election cycle, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has made comments about banning foreign Muslims from entering the country, as well as banning refugees from war-torn areas of the world such as Syria.

The billboard encourages viewers to visit the site www.trumpisscared.org, which details the comments Trump has made regarding Muslims.

The website is paid for by the Nuisance Committee super PAC, which was started by the founders of the card game Cards Against Humanity. The company also has been raising funds for Hillary Clinton with two new decks of cards for the game.

The campaign lets you choose between two decks, a Hillary Clinton deck or a Donald Trump deck.

"At the end of this promotion, Cards Against Humanity will tally up the sales of both packs, and depending on which pack gets more support, we will donate all the money in support of Hillary Clinton" the website reads

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