The future of secrecy provisions in the case of a South Australian man charged with advocating terrorism will be determined by the Full Court of the Supreme Court.
A hearing on the matter will likely be held in early December following orders by Chief Justice Chris Kourakis.
The man has already been ordered to stand trial in the District Court over allegedly producing videos that included instructions and demonstrations on how to kill Jewish people.
But his identity, the videos and other material remain suppressed.
The future of those orders came before Justice Kourakis on Friday, and he ruled that the issue should be settled by the Full Court.
He indicated the matter could be heard in the first week of December.
The man, 51, who has been charged with four counts of advocating terrorism, appeared by video link from custody.
He was previously ordered to stand trial after not guilty pleas were entered in the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
In his first appearance in the District Court earlier this year, the man's counsel asked for the suppressions to continue.
Judge Stephen McEwen described the case for the secrecy orders as "tissue thin at best".
But he issued a temporary order to allow the matter to go before the Supreme Court.