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Following news that Landmark Group has removed all Trump Home products from stores across the region, another company has sent out a strong message against Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ comments.

Damac Properties, a UAE-based real estate developer, have taken down all Donald Trump images from its billboards in Dubai, which were part of an advertising campaign for the new Akoya project. Many of the boards which previously had images of the business mogul and wannabe US Republican presidential candidate are now bare.

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Shortly after he made extremely controversial comments about imposing a ‘Muslim ban’ in the US, many companies who work with Trump in the Middle East spoke out against him. Landmark Group went so far as to pull all of their Trump Home products. At the time Damac Properties’ senior vice president Niall McLoughlin said: “We would like to stress that our agreement is with the Trump Organisation as one of the premium golf course operators in the world and as such we would not comment further on Mr. Trump’s personal or political agenda, nor comment on the internal American political debate scene.”

However, many people questioned whether the real estate company would do more. Sam Bay commented on our Facebook page saying, “Good job Landmark… Are you following suit Damac Properties?” Though Damac haven’t made an official statement regarding the removal of Trump’s images, it looks like the answer is a firm “yes”.

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