ONE MONTH AFTER Israel warned its citizens to stay out of Egypt, citing a "concrete" terrorism threat with the Sinai Peninsula as a possible target, suicide bombers last week shredded a five-star Sinai hotel and another resort, which were packed with Israelis at the end of a Jewish holiday. Even more ominous, Israeli officials and Arab analysts suspect that the attacks may have marked the debut in the region of a dangerous new enemy: al-Qaeda. As Palestinian groups denied responsibility for the bombings, Israeli Chief of Army Intelligence Aharon Zeevi-Farkash reportedly told Israel's Cabinet that the most likely suspect was al-Qaeda,...

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