Last Friday Donald Trump signed an order which bans 7 countries from coming in the US. It put a temporary stop to the US’s refugee programme and suspend all nationals from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.

Despite the fact that the president has said that his immigration ban was created to reduce risk of terror attacks, the policy does not include the four countries responsible for the attacks in recent American history.

Trump’s immigration ban does not include Saudi Arabia, home to the majority terrorists involved in the 9/11 attack. It is also a country where the president has personal business interests.

Other terrorists were from Egypt, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates, but non of them are under travel ban.