“Heather Coffman” and “Nicholas Young” sound like run-of-the-mill “white names,” which, in northern Virginia, is not much of a surprise at all. Then there are the names “Joseph Hassan Farrokh” and “Jalloh Haris Qatar,” which sound like quasi-Americanized, second-generation Middle Eastern names, the kind of names you’d heard at a posh prep school, perhaps.
Ali, Amin, Mahmound, Mohamed, Mohamad, Mohammad.Pay dirt. Just looking at the names, you might well assume the first four belong to one or two social circles, while the last six look like a single exchange-student group. And as thunder follows lightning, or smoke proves there is fire, so a cluster of names like Ali and Mohammad in one news story all but guarantee that the self-styled “religion of peace” is in the mix. Follow The Link For The Full Report. -EH