On January 27, Donald Trump (hereafter known as Forty-five and/or President Dillhole) enacted an executive order that was intended to halt immigration from seven predominately Muslim countries and evict citizens of those countries already in the States. Those seven countries were Iran, Iraq, Syria, (which would put a stop to any conversations of the US accepting any of the constant flood of Syrian refugees), Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia. In a show of support for the victims of this stupid, stupid legislative decision, protests have sprung up across the country and right-minded lawmakers have moved to swiftly defuse the executive order. The movement on the afflicted countries is xenophobia on a scale never enacted in the United States and it speaks to a kind of blanket dismissal of seven nations that have played an invaluable role in human history, that contain some of the world’s most beautiful geography, and that are home to some of the most generous and capable people in the world. In case you didn’t realize that Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia contribute more to the world than “terror” (and their contribution is debatable, anyway), here are some of the coolest facts about each of these awesome countries.