New York City is infuriating residents and victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by naming a city street after a Muslim first responder who died on 9/11.
The intersection of 204th St. and 35the Avenue in Queens was renamed “Salman Hamdani Way” this week, after Mohammed Salman Hamdani, the son of Pakistani immigrants and a devout Muslim.
Hamdani was a police cadet who ran into the towers on 9/11. While we’re not suggesting his heroism was anything but just that, why should he receive the honor of a street name just because he’s Muslim?
The Council on American and Islamic Relations (CAIR), which is tied to Hamas, a prominent Islamic terrorist group, applauded the city’s appeasement to complaining Muslims at the street name dedication.
Should this man receive a street named after him?