We have some Lebanese clans here as well, the most well-known in Sweden being the Ali Khan family who controls the 60k Gothenburg-suburb Angered.It's interesting to read the discussion here about the Albanian involvement in crime in your country. Seems fairly similar to something that began in Australia back in the days of Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser in the 1970's. To cut a very long and more complex story short, during the Lebanese civil war the jails in Lebanon were opened and a whole generation of Lebanese Muslim criminals made their way to Australia through the Fraser government's generous and weak migration policies. That government was a "conservative" government, by the way.
Moving forward to more recent years, about two thirds of people charged with terrorism in Australia have parents and grandparents who entered Australia through the afore-mentioned policies. And as for more conventional crime, there is a significant Middle Eastern crime phenomenum in Australia particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, that has its origins with the same people.
There seems to be some parallels here. The bottom line in all of this is how migration, illegal or otherwise, is handled. It needs to be approached with caution and the resident community should probably get the benefit of the doubt, if there's even a sniff there may be character issues with potential incoming migrant groups. Creating situations for future generations isn't ideal.
They have some tens of thousands of family members in Sweden and Germany, a lot of power. But they don't work closely with other families. They aren't involved in every step of crime worth billions of pounds. They can't take control over a country the way the Albanians can.
The problem with denying immigrants or letting the "resident community" have a say is that we're complicit in creating these waves of migration. Our countries gladly go around the world to bomb various countries into pieces for a bit of oil. Once we've destroyed their societies, who the f*** are we to say no if they want to escape the misery we put them in?