An Israeli policemen inspect the site of a rocket explosion in the Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat April 17 2013. AFP PHOTO/NOA ELIYAHU
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A jihadist group based in Egypt's Sinai claimed responsibility Tuesday for firing rockets a day earlier at Israel's Red Sea resort of Eilat, calling the Jewish state the Muslim world's top enemy.On Monday, an Israeli security source said at least one rocket was fired at Eilat.And last month, the group claimed a car bomb attack in northern Egypt that killed 15 people, mostly police. Since the ouster of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, Israel's border with Sinai has seen multiple security incidents, with militants using the lawless peninsula to stage attacks on the Jewish state.
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