On Mon, 19 Jun 2017 07:02:40 -0700 (PDT), me
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"Berlin is lost," said Michael Kuhr, a well-known Berlin-based security consultant. "These clan structures have established themselves in all areas of organized crime. We will never go back to how things were 20 years ago. In addition, these people are highly dangerous and have lost all respect for the power of the state."
They're having trouble in Australia, too:
"Middle-Eastern gangs rose to prominence around 19951996 in
Australia, most prominently in Sydney. By 2000, the
middle Eastern gangs had gained ground in Sydney, as police
were hampered by inexperienced officers, fear of Internal
Affairs investigations and obstructive policy on dealing
with ethnic minorities, which made NSW Police focus on other
areas of crime. For a long time, Middle-Eastern gangs
conducted extortion against nightclubs, ram raids, and car
theft. More recently, drive-by shootings have become more
common, with tit for tat drive by shooting starting as early
as 1998, and becoming more common in recent years.
including a drive by machine gun attack on a police station
in Lakemba, Sydney. . . ."