Wednesday, June 06, 2007


What is in a name? From the wires;
"Mohammed will likely become the most popular name for baby boys in Britain by the end of the year, The Times reported on Wednesday, citing government data.
Though official records from the Office for National Statistics list the spelling Mohammed 23rd in its yearly analysis of the top 3,000 names given to children, when all the different spellings of the name are taken into account, it ranks second, only behind Jack, according to The Times. In total, 5,991 baby boys were given some version of the name Mohammed, with 6,928 baby boys named Jack."

As I and others have been saying for some time, there is an invasion of the west from Islam. A concentrated effort to ingrain themselves into the fabric of different societies. The problem with this is that it is an invasion of ideology. We are not talking of an assimilated immigration where those coming in, fit nicely into society. This is an ideology that believes it is here to take over, implement Sharia law, and subdue the west in the name of Allah.

Seeing Mohammed growing in popularity is not a good sign, as it is not simply a name. It is a name with a purpose. A name more often than not connected with the terror that we see around the world today. Is every child given the name Mohammed going to be a terrorist? Absolutely not, but most terrorists will carry that name, or speak loyalty to that name in the midst of terrorist acts.

So what is in a name? More than you think!

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pastor tom