Incidentally, whenever one of these Mohammed-is-the-most-popular-boy’s-name stories comes up, I always get a ton of letters from the multiculti types saying the statistic is entirely specious because they’re combining “Mohammed”, “Mohamed”, “Muhammed”, “Muhammad”, “Mohamet”, etc, all of which are entirely different names, as different as “Chip” and “Gaylord”. So just for the record:

“In The Hague, variations of the name Mohammed have taken first, second and fifth place in the table of most popular names for boys.”

Which will be the first European city in which variations of Mohammed claim a straight sweep of the Top Five?