The Idalat (justice) center said such a committee should be made up of experts and prominent personalities and its decisions must be legally binding, Safa News reported.
It should probe the crimes committed against Palestinians carried out by the Zionist regime of Israel, the center added.
The Second Intifada broke out in September 2000 following a visit by the Zionist regime’s then leader Ariel Sharon to Haram al-Sharif or Temple Mount in Jerusalem al-Quds, in a move that was denounced by Palestinians as highly provocative.
The uprising ended in February 2005 following a truce between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
At the beginning of the Second Intifada, 13 Palestinian protesters were killed in clashes with Israeli police forces in the Galilee, the Triangle and the Naqab.