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In Tribute to Mohammad Salman Hamdani
23 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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May you rest in peace. I have no doubt that you are in a better place for your service to mankind, your compassion and your selflessness.

*** Posted by S. Rahman on 2012-01-02 ***

Your name is imprinted in my spirit. America is blessed to have had such a devoted, loving, and heroic citizen. Thank you for your sacrifice.

*** Posted by Alan Burnham on 2012-01-02 ***

Salman my nephew and Grandson of Dr ACS GILANI and Mrs Akhter GILANI has made us so proud,sacrificed his lifenfor our freedom and wellbeing.
salman you are a Hero,ten years I have been by your mums side to heal through the trials and tribulations that she went through,encouraging her to be strong like your Nanijan,weep with her on Skype,be with her at her times of need.
Life is an Asset to cherish and live for a time, but you live forever
We all miss you beta,
Love
I feel humbled to be your Phuppo.

*** Posted by Shahnaz Gilani on 2011-09-12 ***

You died a hero which the world will always remember you for.
From servet Hamdani
Uk, bradford

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-08 ***

Almost 10 years and I have still not forgotten you Sal. I still sit at your old desk, I still have your old notebook, I still do Proteomics, and I still wish you had come to work that day. Bosses come and go, collegues come and go, politicians come and go, scine progresses; but your memory here will never leave me.

For the Hamdani family, I will always remember you son and brother. My daughters are teenagers now but they remember what I taught them the past 10 years about what a hero is. I believe when I am long gone from this world they will still be telling stories of the hero their Dad knew to their own kids.

*** Posted by Joe Fernandez on 2011-08-24 ***

While I respect this man's efforts and his sacrifice, I am disturbed by the fact that he always referred to as the Muslim American first responder. If we all just became Americans, instead of Muslim Americans, black Americans, white Americans, and Mexican Americans, we would all be a lot better off. I am an AMERICAN, and I pay my respects to another American who gave his life in service to our country.

*** Posted by wolff bachner on 2011-04-14 ***

When I heard your son's story from Rep. Ellison, I wept with him for the loss of a truly good, wonderful man, your son. May his name, Mohammad Salman Hmadani, always be remembered and honored.

*** Posted by Nadine Peyrucain on 2011-03-11 ***

Salman. The first Muslim congressman. Keith Ellison cried thinking of your sacrifice today in the Congress.

*** Posted by Abdul Malik Mujahid on 2011-03-10 ***

May you rest in peace, fearless soldier.... What an honor to have you as my countryman.... We're almost 10 years out, and I still don't believe it.... I still haven't taken it all in.... I do know that folks like you make my heart sing ... make life more precious than gold, and if I could trade with you, I would.... You deserve to be here.... May the good Lord keep and bless your family.... Thanks again for your fearlessness, your courage, and your selflessness ... a true hero!...

*** Posted by Adrienne Warden on 2011-03-10 ***

I live in England and came across this site by accident. There is nothing I can say that hasn't already been said here. I just wanted to add my name and support to this memorial. My heart goes out to you all.

*** Posted by Aysha Rahman on 2011-02-14 ***

I read your name today in the Patriot Act and wanted to do more research. Thank you for all you did for this country. You died a hero.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-12-14 ***

I ran into your dear son's and true hero's name accidentally. All I can say is that your son's actions are good example of his family. A true hero and a victim at the same time. A hero to save lives of his fellow human beings; and a victim of his fellow human beings' ignorance, who discriminated against him. One does not need to be a suicidal to be a terrorist; he can be a discriminator to be one.

Warlords are terrorists, but no one holds them responsible. There are more 9/11s everywhere in the world, but no one mentions them.

May the Lord enfold him in his peace.

*** Posted by Oday on 2010-12-11 ***

I am researching discrimination for a college paper, and when I went to read the PATRIOT Act, I saw his name, googled him, and later came upon this page. He is proof that white Christians are not the only ones who cared about 9/11 and tried to help the victims. My heart goes out to his family because I've witnessed the discrimination that those of middle-eastern descent face in the USA. He was a hero, and may American history always remember him as such.

*** Posted by Teresa on 2010-11-16 ***

I am so sorry....

*** Posted by Elaine on 2010-10-31 ***

May Allah rest his soul in peace....

I don't have words to say anything about your sacrifice, but, my brother, I would say, please ask God why people blame us even if we don't do anything wrong, why they declare us terrorists even when we work for humanity. I'm really proud of you, and I want an answer from you.

*** Posted by a Pakistani on 2010-09-26 ***

As this year's anniversary of 9-11 passes, let everyone know that the memory of Mohammad's bravery on that day has not and never will be forgotten by people outside the Muslim community and by people inside the law enforcement community. He showed true courage even among the many heroes of that day. My strongest sympathies go out to his parents, and I thank them for the gift of such a son who answered his country's need in its darkest hour. Peace be unto your house.

*** Posted by MJ Triola of Houston on 2010-09-13 ***

I never knew you. But I come from a family of 1st Responders. What you did was selfless and courageous. I'm sorry that you were killed, and sorrier for what your family was put through after your death. You were a hero. You will be always remembered.

*** Posted by Nan McVicker on 2010-09-12 ***

Asalamu alikum,

My name is Saif, and I have never known the Hamdani family or Mohammed personally, but I can say I am really moved by Salman and the Hamdani family. I hope people can remember Mohammed and keep telling about him and keep him still among us in memories and stories and through books.

*** Posted by Saif on 2010-09-12 ***

Thank you for your heroism, and thank you to his parents for bringing him into this world and raising him to be the person he became. I don't give a whit about race, creed, color, or religion.... We're all human and deserve the respect we expect to receive ourselves. Many peoples of many religions died that day in those towers. Bless you all!

*** Posted by Ceegee on 2010-09-09 ***

Mrs. Hamdani,

I read your son's story (and yours) in USA Today. I wanted to offer my gratitude for your son's heroism and for your courage in speaking out on behalf of Muslim victims of those horrible attacks. I also wanted to make sure that you got something other than hate mail. Please know that there are many Americans — of all faiths — who do not see all Muslims as a threat.

*** Posted by Kate Alvarez on 2010-09-05 ***


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