EFD Senior Fellow Magnus Norell writes about the influence the Muslim Brotherhood has established in Sweden and other European countries over the years, starting from World War Two.
"The Brotherhood's strategy was to influence part of (or in some cases, take over) educational institutions, social networks and so-called dialogue centers. The goal was to establish itself politically and socially in the various European countries where Muslim communities were present and thus gain control over "their" Muslim group. The basic idea was that the concept of being "Muslim" relates to a collective group of people with a certain specific definition of what Islam is".
This article is in Swedish and can be read here.