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#75 - I really aınt got a thing to say really but if the day comes …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/29/2015 on Good guy Lonely cop 0
User avatar #76 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
Which point of view?

To a certain extent we don't have a choice of notifying police. In some cases you could possibly face charges for not notifying law enforcement if you're a witness to a crime or even if a crime is brought upon you. And govt doesn't allow any competitive protection services, other than basic security guard companies, so there's not much choice. And many see it as practical to use police services, even if they don't approve of much that they do, simply because money is regularly coerced from them to pay for it, and they figure they may as well get their money back somehow.
#70 - So what should we do? There is a problem yes but I see it as t…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2015 on Good guy Lonely cop 0
User avatar #74 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
So much evil is possible by defending the lesser of two evils.

I think an effective, free, easy, and peaceful way to change things would be social ostracism. If we do recognize that the vast majority of laws and cops' arrests are wrong, then I advocate treating those who write and enforce such laws the same way we do others in society who practice violence. I try to not associate with people like that, as I believe the only just force is defensive.
#75 - allahrules (06/29/2015) [-]
I really aınt got a thing to say really but if the day comes and you end up relying on the police I think you're going to see my point of view.
User avatar #76 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
Which point of view?

To a certain extent we don't have a choice of notifying police. In some cases you could possibly face charges for not notifying law enforcement if you're a witness to a crime or even if a crime is brought upon you. And govt doesn't allow any competitive protection services, other than basic security guard companies, so there's not much choice. And many see it as practical to use police services, even if they don't approve of much that they do, simply because money is regularly coerced from them to pay for it, and they figure they may as well get their money back somehow.
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#68 - Codes and small regulatıons, but our orıgınal topıc was po…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/28/2015 on Good guy Lonely cop 0
User avatar #69 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
How do you think regulations like that are enforced? They're punished either by fines, tickets, or arrests. Tickets and arrests are obviously done by cops, and fines ultimately are as well. If you don't pay, it's enforced by arrest. They're law enforcement, afterall. They're the ones making sure these silly laws are given teeth.
#70 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
So what should we do? There is a problem yes but I see it as the lesser of two evils.
User avatar #74 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
So much evil is possible by defending the lesser of two evils.

I think an effective, free, easy, and peaceful way to change things would be social ostracism. If we do recognize that the vast majority of laws and cops' arrests are wrong, then I advocate treating those who write and enforce such laws the same way we do others in society who practice violence. I try to not associate with people like that, as I believe the only just force is defensive.
#75 - allahrules (06/29/2015) [-]
I really aınt got a thing to say really but if the day comes and you end up relying on the police I think you're going to see my point of view.
User avatar #76 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
Which point of view?

To a certain extent we don't have a choice of notifying police. In some cases you could possibly face charges for not notifying law enforcement if you're a witness to a crime or even if a crime is brought upon you. And govt doesn't allow any competitive protection services, other than basic security guard companies, so there's not much choice. And many see it as practical to use police services, even if they don't approve of much that they do, simply because money is regularly coerced from them to pay for it, and they figure they may as well get their money back somehow.
#65 - You're right on the part that government isnt competent define…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/28/2015 on Good guy Lonely cop 0
User avatar #66 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
Most laws on the books don't have anything to do with protecting people or their property, though. We all can recognize the validity of laws against things like rape, theft, murder, etc. But those aren't that plentiful, and most of the legal code is taken up by stuff forbidding smoking pot, buying alcohol before noon on Sunday, having a business sign over X number of inches, cutting hair without a license, and related insanity.
#68 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
Codes and small regulatıons, but our orıgınal topıc was police officers and what they enforce. what they enforece are thıngs that are almost always dırectly related to the general populaces comfort and safety
User avatar #69 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
How do you think regulations like that are enforced? They're punished either by fines, tickets, or arrests. Tickets and arrests are obviously done by cops, and fines ultimately are as well. If you don't pay, it's enforced by arrest. They're law enforcement, afterall. They're the ones making sure these silly laws are given teeth.
#70 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
So what should we do? There is a problem yes but I see it as the lesser of two evils.
User avatar #74 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
So much evil is possible by defending the lesser of two evils.

I think an effective, free, easy, and peaceful way to change things would be social ostracism. If we do recognize that the vast majority of laws and cops' arrests are wrong, then I advocate treating those who write and enforce such laws the same way we do others in society who practice violence. I try to not associate with people like that, as I believe the only just force is defensive.
#75 - allahrules (06/29/2015) [-]
I really aınt got a thing to say really but if the day comes and you end up relying on the police I think you're going to see my point of view.
User avatar #76 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
Which point of view?

To a certain extent we don't have a choice of notifying police. In some cases you could possibly face charges for not notifying law enforcement if you're a witness to a crime or even if a crime is brought upon you. And govt doesn't allow any competitive protection services, other than basic security guard companies, so there's not much choice. And many see it as practical to use police services, even if they don't approve of much that they do, simply because money is regularly coerced from them to pay for it, and they figure they may as well get their money back somehow.
#60 - Laws exist in society to better everbodies lives, by enforcing…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/28/2015 on Good guy Lonely cop +1
User avatar #62 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
Come on, it's not the 1950's anymore, and we all recognize that govt isn't competent, let alone compassionate. Govt is a group of corrupt millionaires who make laws according to banks, corporations, and their own vanity, not any kind of principled stance or common sense.

People shouldn't necessarily be allowed to do whatever they want, but if it's peaceful and doesn't violate others' property, then there's no excuse for making it illegal. You're not gonna tell me that all those kids thrown in jail for a joint has made their lives better? Or people who must come out of pocket for $200 or so because they forgot to signal a turn, or put on a seatbelt?
#65 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
You're right on the part that government isnt competent definetly but those interests that the government serve have very little to do with day to day laws that are put in place to secure people and their belongings
User avatar #66 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
Most laws on the books don't have anything to do with protecting people or their property, though. We all can recognize the validity of laws against things like rape, theft, murder, etc. But those aren't that plentiful, and most of the legal code is taken up by stuff forbidding smoking pot, buying alcohol before noon on Sunday, having a business sign over X number of inches, cutting hair without a license, and related insanity.
#68 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
Codes and small regulatıons, but our orıgınal topıc was police officers and what they enforce. what they enforece are thıngs that are almost always dırectly related to the general populaces comfort and safety
User avatar #69 - douthit (06/28/2015) [-]
How do you think regulations like that are enforced? They're punished either by fines, tickets, or arrests. Tickets and arrests are obviously done by cops, and fines ultimately are as well. If you don't pay, it's enforced by arrest. They're law enforcement, afterall. They're the ones making sure these silly laws are given teeth.
#70 - allahrules (06/28/2015) [-]
So what should we do? There is a problem yes but I see it as the lesser of two evils.
User avatar #74 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
So much evil is possible by defending the lesser of two evils.

I think an effective, free, easy, and peaceful way to change things would be social ostracism. If we do recognize that the vast majority of laws and cops' arrests are wrong, then I advocate treating those who write and enforce such laws the same way we do others in society who practice violence. I try to not associate with people like that, as I believe the only just force is defensive.
#75 - allahrules (06/29/2015) [-]
I really aınt got a thing to say really but if the day comes and you end up relying on the police I think you're going to see my point of view.
User avatar #76 - douthit (06/29/2015) [-]
Which point of view?

To a certain extent we don't have a choice of notifying police. In some cases you could possibly face charges for not notifying law enforcement if you're a witness to a crime or even if a crime is brought upon you. And govt doesn't allow any competitive protection services, other than basic security guard companies, so there's not much choice. And many see it as practical to use police services, even if they don't approve of much that they do, simply because money is regularly coerced from them to pay for it, and they figure they may as well get their money back somehow.
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User avatar #51 - syrianassassin (11/28/2014) [-]
have skype?
#52 to #51 - allahrules (11/28/2014) [-]
yea hold on
User avatar #37 - niggernazi (11/02/2014) [-]
Looks like you misspelled ''god'' in your username
#38 to #37 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
No no the word god doesn't fit the meaning of allah
User avatar #49 to #38 - niggernazi (11/04/2014) [-]
Because god id obviuosly mightier than allah
#50 to #49 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
god can be plural can be feminine, god is imperfect. The word allah is compeletely ultğimate and sole in his power
User avatar #35 - syrianassassin (10/28/2014) [-]
salam
#36 to #35 - allahrules (10/28/2014) [-]
as bruh
User avatar #39 to #36 - syrianassassin (11/04/2014) [-]
where are you from?
#40 to #39 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
Min turkiye akhi
User avatar #41 to #40 - syrianassassin (11/04/2014) [-]
mn ween min terky?
#42 to #41 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
whoops no can do akhi when you start with the ammi I aint got a clue. But ı've had enough syrian teachers to understand that sentence

Istanbul bro bro ıstanbul
User avatar #43 to #42 - syrianassassin (11/04/2014) [-]
i said where are you from turkey.


my grandmother is from ancara. she was a christian and converted to islam.
#44 to #43 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
Really now? I lived in ankara for a while, have you ever lived in ankara. If you know fusha ı can talk arabic pretty fluently
User avatar #45 to #44 - syrianassassin (11/04/2014) [-]
i never went outside of kuwait. only in syria for 2 month.
#46 to #45 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
are u ın syrıa rıte now?
User avatar #47 to #46 - syrianassassin (11/04/2014) [-]
no im not
#48 to #47 - allahrules (11/04/2014) [-]
thats good to hear
User avatar #21 - grimgrey (08/22/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure putting Allah in your username is haram bro.
#22 to #21 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
nope. its emri bil maruf
It is declaring islam. theres no problem with it.
User avatar #23 to #22 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
Word. But, you are taking the lords name in vain. Similar to reading thee Quran in the bathroom.
#24 to #23 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
Their is no taking allahs name in name. Of course Places of filth are places where allah isn't to be mentioned but I want people to know I am muslim and I want muslims to know i am muslim. I want them to know that we are here and we aren't out to cut their heads off and if possible i want one of them to ask me about islam and maybe inform them
User avatar #25 to #24 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
It's cool bro. But, the best thing to do is preach your own iman to yourself. This generation has no hope. We are the last creed of the prophets ummah, no escaping that fact. I'll be surprised if my great grandson is still Muslim at this point.
#26 to #25 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
with that attitude what you're saying is right. But Thats not the truth friendo if no one preaches their islam allahu teala will first end those who know the truth but did not warn. It is farz upon every muslim man and woman to do emri bil maruf. The spreading of the good and nehiy anil munker the prohibiting of the bad. Allah told his prophet that it is not the prophet who gives guidance to people heart but Allah himself. The prophet was ordered to tell the truth, the faith of islam, and to leave the rest to allah. That is the goal and what we need to be doing
User avatar #27 to #26 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
No brother, its not the duty of Muslims as individuals to try and convert people.
#28 to #27 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
Nope. Read the quran it's clearly written. We aren't forcing anybody to convert, we are spreading the word of allah and if anyone converts yay for us.
User avatar #29 to #28 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
Show me, brother, where it is written, that it it Farz (mandatory) for us.
#30 to #29 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
Ali imran 104
quran.com/3/104
and 110
quran.com/3/110
It is farzi kifaye for the muslims to spread the word of allah
quran.com/9/71
In this verse when Allah c.c mentions the attributes of the believers he first says they do emri il maruf and then he says they pray and give zekat. Which is clear emphasis on the importance of it
User avatar #31 to #30 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
Literally, all those Iyas were referring to oneself. Nothing about preaching to other as fard. "The believing men and believing women are allies of one another." It's just our Ummah bro, not the Kafir.
#32 to #31 - allahrules (08/23/2014) [-]
In the verse it says there should be a people of you who command the good, which is preaching islam. The tefsiir of this ayah means that there should be a group of people who spread amongst everyone.
User avatar #33 to #32 - grimgrey (08/23/2014) [-]
But it still means its not fard for everyone. But, astagfirullah, forgive my ignorance brother, Islam should be preached to everyone. Mash-Allah you are doing well to the cause.
#34 to #33 - allahrules (08/24/2014) [-]
Its fardi kifaye. If it is down by a group of people than the obligation upon the rest of the muslims is lifted. If its not done by anyone than all the muslims will be held responsible for it.
User avatar #4 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
Yo. Ramadan Mubarak~
#5 to #4 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
same just had the first iftar last night. went to a nice kebab place in istanbul. dear god iftar has never been so good. you fasting now?
User avatar #6 to #5 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
Today is the first day for me.
Only 12 more hours till I can eat.
I've actually been awake since 8:00 yesterday, so I'm probably going to fall asleep here in a minute.

I feel obligated to say this, but I'm American so there isn't many kebab restaurants..

When does magrib come in where you're at?
#7 to #6 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
I got like 3 hours left in istanbul which state u in bra
User avatar #8 to #7 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
Washington state.
So we fast from like 2:00 to 21:00.
It's kinda unfortunate.
#9 to #8 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
that does suck man. Hey where you from orignally btw?
User avatar #10 to #9 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
I like this game.
I'm from America.
#12 to #10 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
Whoops revert
#11 to #10 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
its a fun game it is. Im sorry if im acting a bit intrusive not everyday I meet a muslim on funnyjunk. Then convert?
User avatar #13 to #11 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
My parents did.
I did not.
I'm probably the only one of my kind.
User avatar #15 to #14 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
I'm perhaps the only white american Muslim in the world born from two white american converts.
#16 to #15 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
Hey the start of the new generation. Thats pretty sweet. is there a mosque in your city? Im originally from tallahassee florida its a university city so we always had a lot of muslims but washington seems like someplace you wouldnt find many
User avatar #17 to #16 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
There's actually a pretty decent islamic community here.
You have a good mix of Pakistanis and Arabs.
I just moved here not too long ago from Arizona, it's not too bad.
#18 to #17 - allahrules (06/29/2014) [-]
any turks?
User avatar #20 to #18 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
I've actually going to head to sleep.
It was nice talking to you, but I don't think I can stay up any later.
I'll talk to you later.
User avatar #19 to #18 - mysterykid (06/29/2014) [-]
Not that I've seen, but back in Arizona I actually attended a school that was own and ran by Turks. All of the teachers were Turkish. It wasn't a bad school. My friends still go there, actually, my friend just got back from Turkey less than a week ago.
#3 - John Cena (06/20/2014) [-]
I BET YOU ARE CHRISTIAN
User avatar #1 - lamarisagoodname (06/11/2013) [-]
what's your religious belief
#2 to #1 - allahrules (06/13/2013) [-]
I would think my name expresses that?
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