What do British authorities think when they hear this news? What do they think Britain will be like in twenty or thirty years? Do they think that all these Muhammads will grow up to be upstanding, loyal British subjects with portraits of Maajid Nawaz on their walls? Does it ever occur to them that some of them might end up embracing the “extremism” that they are so confident that Muslims in Britain do not hold — despite the evidence of hundreds and hundreds of young Muslims leaving Britain to join the Islamic State?
Do David Cameron and Theresa May ever ponder the fact that nothing is being done, beyond cosmetic gestures and half-measures, to prevent young Muslims in the U.K. from becoming “extremists”? Do they ever consider the possibility that future generations of free Britons, if there are any, will remember the names of those who did this to their country?
“Nur and Maryam join Muhammad in list of Britain’s top baby names – while Royal monickers fall with George dropping five places,” Daily Mail, December 1, 2014 (thanks to all who sent this in):
For years Muhammad has been racing up the chart of the country’s most popular baby names – and now he has been joined by his sisters Nur and Maryam.
The two girls’ names have been among the most popular of 2014, according to website BabyCentre.
The data shows a surge in Arabic names in the UK this year, with Omar, Ali and Ibrahim all entering the boys’ top 100 for the first time.
For girls, Maryam has shot up 59 places to number 35, while Nur is a new entry in the girls’ top 100, jumping straight to number 29.
And Muhammad has risen an astonishing 27 places compared to last year to claim the number-one spot for boys….