Bahraini hackers have successfully hacked the systems of the American Navy’s Fifth Fleet and gained access to many confidential documents. On Sunday, the hacking group al-Toufan (Flood) carried out an operation to target the US Fifth Fleet situated in Bahrain, which has been pushing maritime navigation at a high risk in the Middle East.
The group also claimed to have acquired some documents with pictures and detailed maps from the American military base in Bahrain. They also released a significant fraction of documents, stating that what they have is greater and that it will reach those concerned and support the Axis of Resistance against the American Axis of Evil.
The already existing tensions in the Middle East have suddenly escalated owing to the US’ support of the ongoing Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip.
The situation has resulted in the death of about 28,340 Palestinians, predominantly children and women, leaving about 67,984 more injured since October 7. Earlier today, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (abbreviated UKMTO) reported receiving a report regarding an incident that was 40 nm to the south of al-Mukha.
The latest declaration comes following a set of aggressions launched by the American as well as British forces on many governorates in Yemen. Two days back, Al Mayadeen’s correspondent had reported on Saturday, citing some Syrian sources, that two of the US occupation bases on the Conoco oil field, in the Deir-Ezzor countryside, toward eastern Syria, were targeted with some missiles. Some moments later, yet another US occupation base on the Al-Omar oil field was targeted by a drone attack.
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