Mohammed was the most popular name for boys born in Berlin in 2018

Mohammed was the most popular first name for baby boys in Berlin last year, a study said.

Not only in Berlin but, as the Association for German Language revealed in its study, Mohammed featured near the top of the list of names also in other major German regions, including Hamburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland and Hesse.

Mohammed was among the ten most popular names in six of Germany’s 16 states.

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More than 65,000 different baby names were recorded in the study.

If Mohammed was the most popular name for boys born in Berlin in 2018, it is not unsafe to conclude that 2019 and the next years “Mohammed” and Islam will be increasingly stronger in Berlin and German.

The Association’s managing director Andrea Ewels has said the name Mohammed’s rise was “of course related to the wave of immigration.”

The power of the name Mohammed shows the power of the Islamic invasion in Germany. More than one million Islamic Middle Eastern and North African migrants have entered Germany since Angela Merkel threw Germany’s doors open in 2015.

Germany, which is the cradle of the Protestant Reformation, has heavily suffered secularization. Now that Christian values have been weakened and even the Protestant and Catholic churches are secularized with increasingly smaller families because of the contraceptive mindset, the German secularized society is unable to face the Islamic invasion and its efforts to erase the German civilization, including increasing vandalism against Christian churches.

Other consequences are that ethnic German Christian children have been suffering increasing bullying and violence from children whose parents are Islamic immigrants.

With information from DailyMail.

Portuguese version of this article: Maomé foi o nome mais popular para meninos nascidos em Berlim em 2018

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