What irony! Mohammed will likely top the list of the most popular name for baby boys not in the Middle East, Arab Saudi, Iraq, or Kuwait, but in Britain. The choice of the name Mohammed in its numerous spelling variations grew at 12 percent last year. Mohammed lost only to Jack which is in first place. But the rate of increase is slower for Jack than for Mohammed.
This also shows that Britain is inundated with foreigners especially Moslems. This is a fact which the government must recognize. The national food is tikka chicken, not fish and chips; the most popular name is Mohammed, not Tom, Dick or Harry. But the government representation consists of mostly Anglican men and women and the Prime Minister is naturally a white Brit.