Howdy Ivar; "The proper judicial venue for these cases is in International Law, and NOT the Israeli court and legal system." The Israeli High Court of Justice does take international law into consideration in its decisions and rulings. There is no international court which has jurisdiction over the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict at the moment because 1) Israel withdrew her plenary consent to be bound by the rulings of the International Court of Justice in 1985 and 2) Israel (as well as all Arab countries except Jordan) has not ratified the Rome Statute which means that the International Criminal Court has no jurisdiction either. In order to get jurisdiction of the ICC over the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict or to establish an independent court to that effect, you will have to get the UN Security Council to authorize it. (The UN General Assembly cannot do it in spite of what Lakshmi tries to maintain.) Good luck! Life is a bitch and then you marry one. "Justice" is relative.
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