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With 5 833 215 bearers, Mohammad is the 2nd most common masculine given name in Pakistan (2014 Data). With 2 990 136 bearers, Mohammad is the 1st most common masculine given name in Iran (2014 Data). With 2 312 444 bearers, Mohammad is the 1st most common masculine given name in Afghanistan (2014 Data). With 2 181 818 bearers, Mohammad is the 2nd most common masculine given name in Bangladesh (2014 Data). With 51 766 bearers, Mohammad is the 5th most common masculine given name in Kuwait (2014 Data). With 11 422 bearers, Mohammad is the 6th most common masculine given name in Mauritius (2014 Data). With 11 422 bearers, Mohammad is the 6th most common masculine given name in Brunei (2014 Data). With 10 270 bearers, Mohammad is the 10th most common masculine given name in Bahrain (2014 Data).

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This spelling is also commonly used in the provinces of Lanao Del Sur (primarily populated by the Maranao people), Maguindanao, and Sulu (which has a predominantly Tausug population) in the southern Philippines.
Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud is the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Deputy Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia and the youngest minister of defense in the world. Mohammad is also chief of the House of Saud royal court, and chairman of the Council for Economic and Development Affairs. He has been described as the power behind the throne of his father, King Salman. He was appointed Crown Prince in June 2017 following his father's decision to depose Muhammad bin Nayef, making him heir apparent to the throne.
Mohammad bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. He is a prominent figure of the second generation of the Saudi Arabian Royal Family. Prince Mohammad was born in Riyadh and received his general education in the Capital Model Institute established by the late King Abdulaziz in 1941 to teach his children Quran, Islamic theology, Arabic language and literature and mathematics. Elite scholars were assigned to teach the royal children and many prominent princes graduated from this institute and were entrusted with distinguished public positions and leadership roles.
An unimaginative, dull name. It's also ugly.
I think it's unusual to me to be named after a prophet. But to each their own.
This name was borne by one of the last prophets in Islam.

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