have provided misleading and highly politicized information, and testimonies to US law enforcement agencies, and also the US Congress that was, and is aimed at creating a political, legal, social, and financial environment that is hostile to Muslims and Arab Americans, and that causes Muslim and Arab-Americans to suffer discrimination, persecution, and the deprivation and denial of Constitutional rights, and equal protection under the law.
To be clear, the "Jewish lobby" is not my addition, the complaint specifically refers to its targets by that moniker.
It's not a very professional complaint (at the bottom, it wrongly misspells Rep. Deborah Pryce's name as "Price"), and as Eugene Volokh notes, with the exception of one fleeting reference to perjury, there is nothing in the complaint that would be within the Justice Department's jurisdiction to investigate anyway. I'm doubtful that the Jewish community really has a formal "enemies list", for example, and even if certain organizations have people they deem to be hostile to their interests, that's perfectly in their rights. Furthermore, while I think certain neo-conservatives come off as anti-Islamic, citing a column attacking Islamists doesn't prove the case.
UPDATE: Volokh issues a correction. The writer is not currently on the board of the CAIR, although she used to be. So the CAIR really doesn't have to do any distancing at all.