20.2.2005 A decision is made by the government pertaining to the revised route of the Fence, necessary due to interference and delays in construction due to the Supreme Court decisions, with Chief Justice Aharon Barak presiding, and due to the government's reluctance to prevent such interference through legislation.
28.3.2005 Fence for Life, with the assistance of Adv. Ilan Tsion, petitions the Supreme Court to join the State of Israel as a Respondent against Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) and others, to act as Respondent in the appeal before the Supreme Court, in which Chief Justice Aharon Barak was to instruct the State to defend its position regarding the advisory ruling of the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
28.3.2005 Chief Justice Aharon Barak rules to allow Fence for Life to testify in the hearing scheduled for 29.5.05.
29.3.2005 In a meeting of the MKs Lobby for the Fence in the Knesset headed by Labor's Dani Yatom and Shinui's Ilan Shalgi, Fence for Life representatives warn against possible consequences of delays caused by the Supreme Court decisions, and proposed that should the High Court take a more stringent stand, the draft law preventing the Supreme Court from further delaying measures would be proposed again.
29.5.2005 In a Supreme Court hearing with a panel of 9 judges, the Court confirms that Fence for Life can be a Respondent in the Appeal along with the State. Adv. Ilan Tsion, Chairman of Fence for Life, pleads that Israel may build the Fence beyond the Green Line, and that The Hague's opinion does not bind Israel. He states that the Israel High Court restraining orders are endangering the lives of Israeli citizens
15.9.2005 The Supreme Court hands down its decision on the International Court of Justice declaring that The Hague's advisory opinion that the Security Fence is illegal is not binding, and that the Fence may be built beyond the Green Line. The Supreme Court also ruled that the segment of the Fence already built near Alfei Menashe should be dismantled.