Of the countries who voted against Israel in the wall hearing two were countries that had formerly attacked Israel. Two, the Soviets, which thanks to the fall of their empire now have Slovakia and Russia, provided funds for Arab countries to attack Israel. One, the U.K., was driven from Israel by the Jews and still holds a grudge like they do with the Irish Catholics. One, China, has one of the worst, most repressive human rights records per capita ever. By the way, they got to read the ruling. One more, Germany, already got their butt kicked for killing Jews. While one, France, is facing condemnation for a sweeping rise of cheese eating surrender monkey Naziism pervading the country including an attack on a woman some Arabs thought was Jewish just by where she lived, she was not.
Sierra Leone is constantly killing their own people, in genocidal proportions. And Venezuela is locked in a battle with Israel's best friend the U.S. over Chaves' rule. This leaves Brazil, and the Netherlands as the only two judges who aren't totally hypocrititcal and biased unless you count that Brazil is one of the most suppressive countries of African people. Which leaves the Netherlands. So between the U.S. and the Netherlands the vote actually went 50/50.
Long story short, a court with inherent nationalistic biases and who's sole mission is to judge cases brought before it by willing parties, cannot be construed as fair when it's own nations do not have to ever account for their misdeeds because of the scapegoating of Israel (which per capita has the best human rights record of any warring nation ever!). The tying up of the U.N. by guilty nations with small political problems in Israel allows incredibly dishonest and evil regimes to never face sanction. On top of which, no judge of the ICJ can be seen as impartial in a decision on Human rights when their own nations violate these rights openly as well as covertly on a daily basis. It simply violates the accepted idea of equal protection under the law. It is the Wolf guarding the henhouse literally.
When there is a U.N. resolution on Sudan, to stop the genocide immediately, and one on all the countries listed to stop their own inhumanity, then perhaps their rulings will not b brushed aside. Then, Israel might have incentive to value it's opinion. "Let ye that hath not sinned cast the first stone."
Until all nations are subject to the same interpretation of the law, no ruling by this court will ever be valid. As of yet, it is my understanding that international law is more fluid and changing that American law and does not aplly equally to all nations. Under opposite circumstances, if the case were different, the ICJ's ruling could have been more balanced as well, between security and human rights. The Israelis would comply as they do with Americans, because freedom and democracy is not only for a majority of flawed ruling parties, it is for all nations if they choose. When the Majority of the UN general assembly is indeed Arab, racist, and religiously fascist, descriminatory against women, and finally financially corrupt people starving puppets, why should we accept anything they say. Logic would tell me to do the opposite. But emotion and humanity begs for a middle ground approach that has some sympathy for those who are not for fascism in these countries. So, the wall should be rerouted, but it definately should be built.