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Mohammed is a prophet, which is why the name is very popular within the Islamic faith. In this country it would be silly to assume that the rise in the name has nothing to do with Immigrants and refugees to this country, as in time and through generations muslims will continue to call there children that.

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big fat london boy Flag gillingham..(pykey land) 07 Jan 05 12.55am

ask seth mate..

Quote madcap at 07 Jan 2005 12:44am

And god knows how us black people don't like the cold...

Mohammed's a popular name, so what? Why make this a 9 page issue folks?!


 


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I didn't take it seriously but some people might like to know who Mohammed actually was

 

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View Penge Eagle's Profile Penge Eagle Flag Beckenham 07 Jan 05 1.05am Send a Private Message to Penge Eagle Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Penge Eagle as a friend

I used to work with some Mohammeds in Penge McDonald's. One was Somalian, a couple ****stani, another Morrocan. We used to call them Mo 1, 2 and 3!

Moe the barman in the Simpson's - is he a Mohammed???

Out of the top 100 names for the last 3 years, my name does not feature once!

 

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 07 Jan 05 3.42am Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

what is it about this steth bloke always jumping onto the threads about racsim or anything of the sort..


hardly ever does he jump straight for palace related articles with half as much eagerness...

oh well...who cares i guess..

 

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Seven of those top 10 names can be found in the bible which shows that we are still reasonably conservative when it comes down to it.

Many parents instictively try and name their children after something noble, strong or which implies hope or good fortune.

For this reason, bugger all people have named their sons Judas or Herod.

Jesus (Hay-soos)is still a very popular name in Mexico and Spain. It's not surprising that Mohammed now crops up as a popular name.

I'm sure Rock was a great name for the average cave-kid and Elvis still makes the birth columns on a regular basis

If you are a believer in whatever faith then naming your children after the heroes

no point to this post at all apart from a bit of perspective.

 


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big fat london boy Flag gillingham..(pykey land) 07 Jan 05 11.18am

seth seems to have a dislike of anything penge puts on here and is always ready to have a go at him.all makes for good debate...though i do feel he can over the top on some things like this thread.....

Quote matthau at 07 Jan 2005 3:42am

what is it about this steth bloke always jumping onto the threads about racsim or anything of the sort..


hardly ever does he jump straight for palace related articles with half as much eagerness...

oh well...who cares i guess..


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Quote Deacon Blues at 07 Jan 2005 5:19am

Seven of those top 10 names can be found in the bible which shows that we are still reasonably conservative when it comes down to it.

Many parents instictively try and name their children after something noble, strong or which implies hope or good fortune.

For this reason, bugger all people have named their sons Judas or Herod.

Jesus (Hay-soos)is still a very popular name in Mexico and Spain. It's not surprising that Mohammed now crops up as a popular name.

I'm sure Rock was a great name for the average cave-kid and Elvis still makes the birth columns on a regular basis

If you are a believer in whatever faith then naming your children after the heroes

no point to this post at all apart from a bit of perspective.


Hmmm, I thought that was Mr Bruce's first name.

 

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