Al-Zein Clan

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El-Zein Clan
Founding location Germany
Years active 1980s-present
Territory Europe, Middle East
Ethnicity Mhallami-Lebanese
Criminal activities Drug trafficking, armed robbery, Arms trafficking, Assault, extortion, fraud, money laundering, kidnapping, murder
Allies Miri-Clan, Omeirat Family, Bandidos MC, Hells Angels, Mongols MC, Outlaws MC, Satudarah MC, Turkish mafia, Italian Mafia, Albanian Mafia, Mexican Drug Cartels

The Al-Zein Clan (also known as Al-Zein Family or El-Zein) is a powerful family-clan of Arabian-Turkish descent based in Europe. They are one of the most powerful family clans in Germany, where they have a few thousand members and are known for their involvement in criminal activities.[1][2][3]

They have branches throughout Europe and the Middle East.[4]

Mahmoud Al-Zein, regarded as one of the most powerful organized crime bosses in Germany, is one of their leaders.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Von Horst Kuhnes. "Organisierte Kriminalität: Italienische Mafia nur auf Platz 6 - NRW - Politik - Home - Westdeutsche Zeitung" (in German). Wz-newsline.de. Retrieved 2013-03-06. 
  2. ^ von Werner van Bebber und Jörn Hasselmann (2010-11-14). "Nach Schießerei in Neukölln: Vernetzt gegen kriminelle Großfamilien - Landespolitik - Berlin - Tagesspiegel". Tagesspiegel.de. Retrieved 2013-03-06. 
  3. ^ Von Werner van Bebber, Lorenz Maroldt (2003-09-16). "Türkei will, dass Unterweltgröße Al-Zein in Berlin bleibt - Berlin - Tagesspiegel" (in German). Tagesspiegel.de. Retrieved 2013-03-06. 
  4. ^ Von Jens Anker. "Banden verursachten 187 Millionen Mark Schaden - Berlin - Tagesspiegel" (in German). Tagesspiegel.de. Retrieved 2013-03-06.