A Muslim civil rights group is calling on senators to question FBI nominee Christopher Wray about the treatment of immigrant detainees in the aftermath of 9/11.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, said members of the Senate Judiciary Committee need to probe Wray at his confirmation hearing next week about his reported decision to curtail communication between hundreds of detainees and the outside world while serving in the George W. Bush's Justice Department.

CAIR cited a story in the Daily Beast about how Wray, as principal associate deputy attorney general, directed his employees to impose a communications blackout between hundreds of immigrant detainees from the Middle East and Asia and their lawyers and family.

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