There are approximately 50 Muslim majority nations that make up the Islamic World.
President Trump's temporary travel ban only applied to seven of them, countries which comprise the list of 'countries of concern', a list that was compiled by the Obama Administration.
Muslims from the other 43, as well as all those living in countries where Muslims are in the minority, are to be treated exactly the same as anyone else, anyone of any other religion. So, how can this be a 'Muslim ban' if it doesn't ban 'Muslims?'
Suppose Communism were to have a resurgence in Eastern Europe and we decided to place restrictions on travel by folks coming from Poland or Hungary but no restrictions on other Europeans? Most people living in Poland, Hungary (and the rest of Europe) are Christians. Would this count as a 'Christian ban?'
Or if Nazis were to start making noise again in Germany and we were to restrict travel from that country until we could find out what was going on, another Christian ban? .
The fact is that you can't have a 'Ban' unless you ban something and 'Muslims' are not being banned.
If you don't let Blacks eat at your lunch counter because they're black, that's a 'Black Ban.' Keep Jews out of your country club because they're Jews and that's a 'Jewish Ban.'
But if you restrict travel from countries that you believe might present a terrorism threat, it doesn't become a religious 'ban' just because many or most of the people in those countries happen to be of a particular religion.
Maybe it's time for the rest of us to see this for exactly what it is, just another attempt for people with too much time on their hands to stick the 'racist' (and every other kind of) label on a guy that some people don't especially like and hope that it sticks.