Dexter Van Zile
CAMERA’s Christian media analyst Dexter Van Zile

Listening to lawyers and law students speak among themselves about the law and its ultimate value can be disconcerting. They are a cynical bunch. For some lawyers, the law itself has little, if any inherent integrity or meaning. For these lawyers, the law can be used to advance the interest of one group of people without regard for the people against whom the law is being deployed as a weapon.

If the political winds are going in the right direction and a lawyer can position her sails properly, the law can be used to strip people of their right to self-defense and empower terrorists who seek to deprive them of their self-determination. For these folks, the law is not a tool used to pursue peace and reciprocal justice, but to legitimize murder and mayhem by reckless power seekers.

Click here to read the full article in The Times of Israel.

Contributed by CAMERA’s Christian media analyst Dexter Van Zile.

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