Palestine’s Interpol membership rattles Israel

Following last month’s acceptance of the “The State of Palestine” as a member of Interpol, a new question has come to the fore: What is the greatest legal threat now to Israel? Interpol or the International Criminal Court? Both institutions have the potential authority to issue international arrest warrants against Israelis for alleged war crimes.
 
At first glance, it seems that Interpol is a greater threat. The International Police Organization has fewer requirements and legal procedures to go through before issuing warrants, meaning that the process could be faster if the Palestinians wanted to try to attack Israel with legal means. Unlike the ICC, Interpol can issue an arrest warrant without a preliminary or full criminal investigation.
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