Houthi Hackers Hit Undersea Internet, Europe-Asia Link Snapped!

The Iran-backed Houthi terrorist group has pulled off a major sneak attack, folks! They’ve knocked out four undersea communications cables linking Saudi Arabia and Djibouti. According to those sharp-eyed reporters at the Israeli news outlet Globes, these cables were sabotaged and left out of commission. Now, these aren’t just any old cables. We’re talking about the AAE-1, Seacom, Europe India Gateway (EIG), and TGN systems here, folks. These are the lifelines of communication between Europe and Asia. So, yeah, this is a pretty big deal.

The AAE-1 cable does some heavy lifting, connecting East Asia to Europe via Egypt. It’s like the information superhighway for China and the West. Then there’s the Europe India Gateway cable system, linking southern Europe to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, the UAE, and India. And let’s not forget about the Seacom cable, which connects Europe, Africa, and India, including South Africa. So, yeah, this isn’t just a little inconvenience. It’s a major blow to communication networks across the region.

Now, the repair of these cables is going to take some time, at least eight weeks, by some estimates. And that’s not even the worst part. Oh no, we’ve got to worry about the risk of the Houthi terror organization causing even more trouble during the repairs. These guys are like the neighborhood bullies of the Red Sea, throwing a wrench into everyone’s plans.

But get this, folks! This isn’t the first time the Houthis have been causing trouble. The Yemeni government has been warning us about their sneaky tactics for a while now. They’ve been threatening to sabotage these crucial undersea communication cables, including internet lines. And just to really rub it in, the Houthis have been bragging about how they can easily access maps showing these cable routes. It’s like they’re taking a page out of the villain handbook, showing off their evil plans and taunting the good guys.

In the grand scheme of things, this whole situation is like a real-life game of underwater sabotage. It’s not the first time someone’s tried to mess with undersea cables either. The British did it to the Germans in World War I, and now the Houthis are trying to pull a fast one on the rest of the world. But hey, don’t count out the good guys just yet. They’ll figure out a way to outsmart these troublemakers, mark my words.

Written by Staff Reports

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