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Israel’s justice minister slammed the court for taking up the case, arguing that it has no legal grounds on which to do so. Israel’s Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice, convened on Tuesday to consider petitions against the so-called “reasonableness” law, an amendment to Basic Law: The Judiciary passed by the Knesset in July. The hearing, three days before the start of the High Holidays, is the first time in the court’s 75-year