Clans In Nrw Clan-Experte: "Hervorragende Gelegenheit für Geldwäsche-Geschäfte"
NRW ist Hochburg der Clankriminalität. In unserem Themenschwerpunkt erklären und beleuchten wir die Parallelwelt der Großfamilien mit zumeist. Clan-Kriminalität in NRW: Die Expertin Dorothee Dienstbühl sagt: „ Ich bin dafür, dass man die negative Sozialisierung stören muss. Raus aus. Essen ist Clanland. Keine andere Stadt in Nordrhein-Westfalen leidet mehr unter diesen kriminellen Strukturen. Ganze Stadtteile sollen unter der. Von Berlin bis NRWKriminelle Großfamilien: Wo in Deutschland welche Clans das Sagen haben. Miri, Abou-Chaker oder Rammo – kriminelle. Der Clan O. dient Nordrhein-Westfalens Innenministerium als abschreckendes Beispiel. Im Auftrag von NRW-Innenminister Herbert Reul.
"Der Einstieg in den Clan ist in der Regel die Geburt": Trotz dieser engen Bindung hat die Polizei in Nordrhein-Westfalen nun ein. Von Berlin bis NRWKriminelle Großfamilien: Wo in Deutschland welche Clans das Sagen haben. Miri, Abou-Chaker oder Rammo – kriminelle. Düsseldorf Das Land NRW hat ein Aussteigerprogramm für Angehörige krimineller Familienclans gestartet. Das nach Angaben des.
However, clan members have scattered over time due to limited space. The term clan found its way to the region through Europeans in the nineteenth century who found similarities with other clans in Europe.
The importance attached to clan differs with countries; in Rwanda, a clan is an outstanding structure with subdivisions called sub-clans where societal decisions are reached, while in other countries it is placed among the many small groups that form the larger society.
In North America, the Anishinaabe people traced their lineage through patrilineal clans, totems. The Anishinaabe were categorized in groups called Odoodeman clans where each Odoodem singular of Odoodeman was represented by a particular animal.
The clans used to dictate the occupants of traditional positions, inter-tribal relationships, and marriages. Until today, the clan still play a crucial role in the life and identity of the Anishinaabe.
Clans are seen as political groups that drive their agendas through tribal and regional loyalties. They often have control over some departments in the government.
However, within the government members of the same clans occasionally differ on some issues. Before the expansion of Russian, Central Asia dwellers used to identify themselves by the clans.
Clans in this region, for example, the Irish clan, had traditional kinship categorized into groups with a shared heritage and surname.
The Irish people give importance to clans and the stability it brings to the society, and they have maintained its existence for centuries.
Clans behave in their German surroundings as if they were tribes in the desert. Everything outside the clan is enemy territory and available for plunder".
The clans see the state as, "an object of ridicule, a target for exploitation" — Falko Liecke, Neukölln's deputy district mayor and district councilor for youth and health.
The German Times , October Criminal Middle Eastern family clans are a large problem in Germany. In a recently aired documentary by German broadcaster ARD, about Germany's Middle Eastern criminal family gangs -- or clans, as they are called in Germany -- the head of Germany's Federal Criminal Police Agency BKA Holger Münch, said "In about one-third of proceedings, suspects also included immigrants — and that means that we need to keep a very close eye on this phenomenon".
Münch seems to have been referring to the fact that migrants who arrived in Germany from Syria, Iraq and other countries during the migrant crisis in are now starting to compete with Germany's long-established criminal family gangs whose original founders arrived in Germany from Lebanon in the late s during Lebanon's civil war.
German authorities fear that this competition might lead to even more violence: Some of the newcomers have "combat experience" from living in war zones, as police chief of the city of Essen, Frank Richter, told ARD.
Criminal Middle Eastern family clans are already a large problem in Germany. Several of the families are also known as Lebanese mafia clans.
Their criminal activities include robberies, protection money, drug dealing and prostitution. Some 6, clan-linked suspects were believed to have been responsible for 14, offenses between and This included two murders and 24 attempted murders, in addition to bodily harm, robbery, and blackmail, police said.
Ten clans alone were said to have committed one third of the crimes. According to Reul:. Whether it was from misunderstood political correctness, or because it was considered that things that are not supposed to happen were impossible — this is now finally over.
We are not under the rule of clans, but the rule of law. Both internally and externally, any classification that could be used to depreciate human beings must be avoided.
In this respect, the use of the term 'family clan' Familienclan is forbidden from the police point of view.
Similarly, the head of Germany's Federal Criminal Police Agency Holger Münch, told the ARD broadcaster that, "such things should not be allowed to go on for years and years — that is, I believe, the biggest lesson that we need to learn from the development in the last 30 years.
According to Deutsche Welle:. This has made the present-day challenge all the more difficult as clan structures have solidified, parallel societies have formed, and the enemy has grown".
Ralph Ghadban, a Lebanese-German political scientist and a leading expert on clans in Germany has estimated that:. Many nationalities are represented.
There are Lebanese clans, Turkish, Kurdish, Albanian, Kosovan and even Chechen extended families who run illegal businesses".
Everything outside the clan is enemy territory and available for plunder" Ghadban told The German Times in October.
Family clans are not the only kind of organized Middle Eastern gangs operating in Germany. There are also biker gangs, an area that was once dominated by more "traditional" biker gangs such as Hells Angels.
I'd say that these older groups are now more like illicit businesses. What is different today is that biker gangs tend to have members from various ethnic backgrounds, and some gangs have ties to extremist groups, or sometimes follow a foreign agenda.
In sum, the biker gangs have become much more heterogeneous. Many biker gangs who are making headlines today are similar.
Most are no longer just interested in controlling illicit markets but now have larger goals. These always have a financial dimension. German police are seeking to crack down on the problem by showing a zero-tolerance policy , but the question is if that approach is sufficient.
According to Ralph Ghadban:. About a third of clan members actually want to lead a normal life. They feel trapped in their clans.
The crackdown must therefore be backed up by programs for people who want to get out of the clans. Berlin's Neukölln district is setting up such a program.
According to Martin Hikel, the mayor of Neukölln district:. But these people need help. We're setting up a program to help them turn their backs to this way of life and start a new one elsewhere".
Berlin's interior secretary, Andreas Geisel, recently said that gang crime in Berlin is controlled by "about 20 influential families, seven or eight of whom are extremely involved in crime".
According to The German Times :. Even during routine actions like citing a clan member for parking in a bike path, police officers are often surrounded and threatened by relatives and associates.
This is our street! Neukölln is one of the districts in Berlin with the most problems, including the abuse of the welfare system by the clans.
According to Neukölln's deputy district mayor and district councilor for youth and health, Falko Liecke, the clans " After all, they don't have to rely on it to get by.
They're not interested in laws. They try only to extract gains from what the state and society can offer. According to Liecke, the clans see the state as, "an object of ridicule, a target for exploitation".
According to Geisel, fighting the clan crime will take "decades": "It's a marathon, not a sprint" he said. All rights reserved.
The articles printed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editors or of Gatestone Institute. No part of the Gatestone website or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied or modified, without the prior written consent of Gatestone Institute.
Note: Gatestone appreciates your comments. The editors reserve the right not to publish comments containing: incitement to violence, profanity, or broad-brush slurring of any race, ethnic group or religion.
Gatestone also reserves the right to edit comments for length, clarity and grammar, or to conform to these guidelines.
Commenters' email addresses will not be displayed publicly. Please limit comments to words or less. Longer submissions are unlikely to be published.
Work hard and 20 years of policing can clean this up. Better build some prisons and hire clean competent cops. Don't do what California did and just warehouse your criminals for the short term.
You've got to go long for the violent offenders. It's expensive. If you don't isolate them they infect the next generation.
You got it absolutely right, but I would just like to add that this is why but many objections from the Left we need facial recognition software available to ALL police and security people; worldwide.
Then at least these gangs would be recognised at the borders and turned back or jailed immediately. Lebanese clans, whose members are mostly naturalized German citizens, are still the most numerous however more and more challenged by Chechen and African, namely Nigerian clans intruding from Italy.
Latter even exceed the first in terms of brutality applied to claim and defend turfs against the rest.
The German police are no match, neither has the accordingly trained personnel nor financial resources or equipment necessary to effectively fight them.
In an open armed confrontation within the no-go areas the law enforcers would be defeated within short time. The numbers of clan members who could be armed far outstrip the overall nationwide police and army staff combined.
They are fighting a battle already lost long time ago against a still growing hydra. What is not mentioned here: by now the clans feel unassailable to the point they intimidate prosecutors, judges and local authorities, threatening them and their families' lives for arresting and sentencing gang members and thus further eroding the legal system.
This is the real celebration of diversity. Germans are supposed to embrace it with an open heart and enjoy.
They actually do that but police somehow doesn't seem to be happy. If they are known to the authorities, deport the gang leaders and those who pose a criminal or terrorist threat.
Authorities know who they are by their behavior, reputation, associations, and past criminal record. They know where to find them.
This is nonsense. Send in a military troop prepared to use lethal force. Allow no resistance. Subdue and arrest the leaders and anyone who stands in the way.
Criminal organizations and terror groups are just two terms for the same anti-civilization threat. It would amaze me if anti-Semitic "incidents" are not perpetrated by these "clans".
Immunity from law enforcement makes these "clans" separate states within the official "state". A disturbing parallel was the immunity of Hitler's National Socialists to Police much less military interference for almost a decade before they seized absolute power.
Democracy dies once a powerful faction is a law unto itself!Seit etwa einem Jahr fährt die Polizei in Nordrhein-Westfalen und in Berlin die Strategie permanenter Nadelstiche gegen kriminelle Clans. In Nordrhein-Westfalen wurden bis Anfang rund verschiedene kriminelle Clans dokumentiert. Zwischen 20registrierte die Polizei in NRW. "Der Einstieg in den Clan ist in der Regel die Geburt": Trotz dieser engen Bindung hat die Polizei in Nordrhein-Westfalen nun ein. Düsseldorf Das Land NRW hat ein Aussteigerprogramm für Angehörige krimineller Familienclans gestartet. Das nach Angaben des. Araber-Clans könnten das in Nordrhein-Westfalen inzwischen ganz gezielt ausnutzen, sagt Clan-Experte Ralf Ghadban. Mit hohen.