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The New York Daily News reported Monday that "a police cadet who died helping World Trade Center victims on 9/11 was honored Monday at a Queens street renaming — 13 years after being accused of involvement in the attacks. Residents and elected officials came together to formally rename 204th St. at 35th Ave. 'Salman Hamdani Way' after Mohammed Salman Hamdani, the son of Muslim immigrants from Pakistan who lived a block from the Bayside street."

Endless concessions and accommodations to Islamic demands only give way to more. Not to rain on anyone's proselytizing parade, but why this guy? Why does this first responder get a street named after him? Because he's a Muslim? What about the other hundreds of first responders who died that day? Why don't they have streets named after them?

Is it because Mohammed Salman Hamdani is a unicorn? Is it really so extraordinary that a Muslim helped people that he gets singled out? Why is his sacrifice greater than that of all the other first responders who were killed?


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