6. High Court of Justice has no jurisdiction on national securi
the high court of justice cannot have jurisdiction over matters of national security. this is especially so when operations are still ongoing.
anytime the high court of justice meddles in matters of national security, it risks siding with enemies of the state. there are good reasons for depriving the high court of jurisdiction on national security matters: the court does not have access to intelligence which is pertinent; the court does not have access to information regarding the state's dealings with foreign governments; the court does not have access to military strategy or tactics. any decision by the high court on this matter would be made based on idealistic considerations which have no bearing on the case.