The Council on American-Islamic Relations wants U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to stop utilizing an immigrations trainer that also works as a Christian missionary to Muslims in the Chicago area.
The Rev. Hicham Chehab says he was once a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, but he now serves as both the head of the Chicagoland Lutheran Muslim Mission Association and as a trainer for government immigration officials, as reported by The Winchester Sun.
According to CAIR, Chehab previously taught an anti-terrorism course to the Army Reserve, and is supposed to speak to U.S. immigration officers at the end of this month. But CAIR thinks that Chehab's "bias" should disqualify him from these training sessions.