The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of April 4

Shaked declares war on High Court, Iran warns US not to cross red lines, Trump misses new grandson’s bris to continue campaigning, and more.

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1. To a rowdy melee of cheers and boos, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked effectively declared war on the High Court of Justice on Monday, hitting it with blow after blow for the recent decision declaring the natural gas policy unconstitutional.
Read more: Shaked slams High Court 'hypocrisy': Why didn't they strike down the Oslo Accords?
2. Iran warned the US on Monday that any attempt to encroach on the Islamic Republic's ballistic missile program would constitute the crossing of a "red line."
Read more: Iranian military official warns US: Stay away from Iran's red lines
3. Leaving politics aside, the governments of Israel, Jordan, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Cyprus, Egypt and the Palestinian Authority are cooperating so that by the middle of 2017, their scientists work together on SESAME, the first Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East.
Read more:  Israel to cooperate with Iran, other Mideast powers on accelerator machine
4. Republican presidential front running candidate Donald Trump skipped his new grandson’s bris to continue campaigning in Wisconsin.
Read more:  Trump skips new grandson’s bris to remain on campaign trail
5. The IDF, in a joint operation with the Border Police and Civil Administration, destroyed on Sunday night the houses of three terrorists who carried out a shooting and stabbing attack at the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City in which one Border Police officer was killed in February.
Read more: IDF destroys houses of terrorists responsible for killing Hadar Cohen