The following reports clarify any uncertainties you may have on this weighty topic.
The primary role of International Law is to protect mass murderers (my emphasis):
Saddam Hussein’s former vice-president has been hanged for crimes against humanity.
Taha Yassin Ramadan was convicted of issuing orders for the detention, torture and killing of 148 Shias from the town of Dujail after an attempt on Saddam’s life there in 1982…
Louise Arbour, The United Nations’ human rights chief, had urged Baghdad to spare Ramadan’s life, saying a death sentence would break international law.
And its secondary role is to criminalize Jews:
In its nine months of existence, the (UN Human Rights) Council has convened three special sessions, adopted five resolutions, and three decisions – all to condemn Israel.
Meanwhile there has been only one watered-down resolution on Darfur, which Sudan prevented from being fully implemented. Sudan has used the Council to claim that only 9,000 people have died in Darfur, instead of the hundreds of thousands experts believe have been slaughtered.
Now you know.