Article 8.2.f ICC statute defines an (?non) international armed conflicts as 'armed conflicts that take place in the territory of a state when there is protected armed conflict between government authorities and organized armed groups or between such groups.' and excludes from this definition situations of internal disturbance, tensions, riots, isolated and sporadic acts of violence. and that exclusion is also found in the language of the Geneva Conventions and Protocols.

What was the reasoning behind the specific exclusion of these things?