At this point, the question about CAIR should be: Why does anyone care? Care about anything CAIR officials say, that is.
The notorious Council on American-Islamic Relations is back up to its old tricks. CAIR officials figure our ten-minute attention span has lapsed, and that we've probably forgotten by now that, in the 2007–08 prosecution of the Holy Land Foundation (HLF) — a case in which several Islamists were convicted in a scheme that poured millions of dollars into the coffers of the terrorist organization Hamas — CAIR was named as, and shown to be, an unindicted co-conspirator. CAIR reckons that the heat is off, so it's back on the "Islamophobia" soapbox, demanding an apology from FBI director Robert Mueller.
An apology for what? The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Forces had the temerity to invite Robert Spencer — one of the nation's leading experts on Islamist ideology — to lecture federal agents on Islamist ideology.