Welcome to another one of our summer specials of The Mark Steyn Show – this week spanning every Tom, Dick and Harry – erm, Mohamed, Muhammad and Mohammed – from the archives of Mark's Monday Mohammed features.
A doctor who turned in his Mayo clinic job for a gig as the Islamic State's chief physician, an ankle-fearing Syracuse imam, and Saudi Arabia's crown prince are among this compilation's Mohammedan honorees.
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