3. What school of thought do you follow?
4. Which Muslim scholars do you follow?
5. Which current Muslim scholars do you listen to?
6. Do you pray five times a day?
7. Why do you have a prayer mat and Quran in your luggage?
8. Have you visited Saudi Arabia?
9. What do you think of the USA?
10. What are your views about jihad?
11. What mosque do you attend?
12. Do any individuals in your mosque have any extreme/radical views?
13. Does your Imam express extremist views?
14. What are the views of other Imams or other community members that give the Friday sermon at your mosque? Do they have extremist views?
15. Have you ever delivered the Friday prayer? What did you discuss with your community?
16. What are the names and telephone numbers of parents, relatives, and/or friends?
In 2013, CAIR filed a lawsuit against the CBP and the FBI over the repeated detention and questioning of Muslims at and inside the United States-Canada border. The lawsuit challenges both religious profiling and the un-constitutional questioning of a person's faith and the way they choose to practice their faith.
In the case of one plaintiff CAIR is representing, CAIR-National Litigation Director Lena Masri notes, "He crossed the border into the United States [from Canada]. He was taken aside and asked religious questions. He then went back into Canada, returned to the U.S. and was asked the exact same questions by the same officers."