These Tweets Explain Everything That's Wrong With Trump's #MuslimBan

President Trump's executive order banning refugees for the next 120 days and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries for 90 days went into effect Friday night, and the order is already creating serious issues for immigrants and refugees who are being detained at the U.S. border. According to NBC News, demonstrators were outside New York City's JFK airport this morning after two Iraqi men were detained there - and that's only the beginning.

In protest, many are taking to Twitter using the hastag #MuslimBan to express why the order is discriminatory and share stories of the ways in which they themselves, their family and their friends are going to be personally affected. Some users explained their fear of never being able to visit their home countries and others were afraid they'd never be reuinited with family members that still resided in the banned countries.

Even users who didn't have a personal connection to the ban expressed outrage over the irony of a nation of immigrants banning immigrants and refugees:

There were heartbreaking stories of how the ban would affect many Muslims personally:

One user expressed her anger about not being able to return home:

Finally, others tweeted how you can help: