The nationals of countries US President Donald Trump has banned in order "protect the United States" have killed zero civilians in America since 1980. 

How many people has America killed in these very same countries in 2016 alone?  Over 24,000. 

In 2016, the US dropped 26,172 bombs in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan. 

Five of these countries are on Trump's "Muslim Ban" list -- including Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Sudan. 

Here's the breakdown of the number of bombs the US dropped on Muslim-majority countries last year. 

1. Syria gets bombed over 12,000 times in 2016

In 2016, America dropped over 12,000 bombs on Syria in its fight against ISIS. 

2. Bombs on Iraq fell a hundred short of Syria

During former President Barack Obama's last year in office, the country witnessed over 12,000 bombs, killing at least 6,878 civilians the same year.

Trump has repeatedly suggested that America could get "another chance" to steal Iraq's oil -- saying that ISIS probably wouldn't exist if the US had "kept the oil."

3. Libya got bombed nearly 500 times

4. Yemen has been dubbed "one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes"

In 2016 alone, the US dropped 35 bombs in Yemen -- a country that has been dubbed "one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in the world."

In 22 months, the country has witnessed over 10,000 civilians deaths and over 40,000 wounded individuals.

5. 150 people were killed in Somalia in just one month in 2016

In 2016, 14 bombs shattered the lives of hundreds of civilians in Somalia. 

In March 2016, at least 150 people were killed in a US-led attack under the Obama Administration. 

The airstrike hit a training camp that belongs to the Islamist militant group, the Shabab, the Pentagon said, according to the NY Times.