How times have changed.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) objected Friday to a scheduled legislative briefing on Capitol Hill next week by ACT for America, saying the national security advocacy group had an "Islamophobic agenda."

"Supporting ACT's anti-Muslim policy agenda also threatens the very safety and security of the American Muslim community and those perceived to be Muslim," CAIR, the country's largest Islamic civil rights group, wrote in a letter to lawmakers.

Not too long ago, however, Congress members and law enforcement officials were alarmed by CAIR's presence on Capitol Hill.

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