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The government of Israel on Monday formally rejected the Palestinian Authoritys request to join the International Criminal Court, which would put the Palestinians on a collision course with the European Union and the United States. The Israeli government also rejected a Palestinian proposal that would have asked the court to prosecute senior Israeli officials including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Shimon Peres. The Palestinians launched the bid last week, saying that the ICC was needed to try Israeli officials suspected of war crimes, and accused Israel of being a dangerous state. Their bid was approved by the UN General Assembly, which urged member states to support the move but also gave the Palestinians less than a month to submit a formal application. The Palestinian bid does not meet the criteria for the International Criminal Court and the Palestinians have not submitted their formal petition at the ICC, a senior Israeli official said Monday in response, as quoted by Reuters. The Israeli government said it rejected the bid because it was based on a legally-unfounded assumption that the Palestinian Authority should be an independent entity and because the UN Security Councils failure to approve sanctions against Israel could put the ICC off. The UN voted 11-0 last week in favor of the Palestinians request for an investigation into what it described as what it described as Israels systematic, widespread and gross violations of international human rights and humanitarian law. Get The Times of Israels Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign UpIsrael said Monday it did not see the need to hold an inquiry into the alleged crimes of the Jewish state. We believe that we can rely on the International Criminal Court, said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is very much of the view that the Palestinian people have a legitimate claim and that the court should investigate Israeli human rights abuses, according to the Palestinian Information Center. We have asked that the ICC investigate Israeli crimes in Palestine, because they are committed in clear violation of international law and must be investigated, said Abbas chief negotiator Mohammed Shtayyeh at a news conference. The Palestinian bid for the ICC comes amid an ongoing Palestinian-Israeli dispute over territory occupied in 1967 and now claimed by both, a territory dispute that is currently the subject of peace negotiations. The Palestinians have also made a bid to establish a state on the West Bank and East Jerusalem, areas captured by Israel during the 1967 war on the premise that they were part of a future Palestinian state. But Israel argues that it owns much of the territory and thus the territory is its own, and Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005 in the most comprehensive withdrawal from military and civilian life in the West Bank since the 1967 war.

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