After Prince Harry His memoirs mention that he killed 25 people while serving in the British Army in Afghanistan.Taliban leaders responded.
- According to The Telegraph newspaper, Harry says soldiers were instructed not to treat Taliban members as people.
- He says he has “no pride, no shame” about what happened.
- Harry served as a Forward Air Controller in the British Royal Army between 2007 and 2008.
- He flew an attack helicopter between 2012 and 2012, Al Jazeera reported.
The revelations sparked criticism. Anas Haqqani, one of the movement’s leaders, reinforced that the people Harry claims to have killed were, yes, human beings.
“They weren’t chess players, they were human beings; they had families waiting for their return. Among the Afghan killers, many lacked the decency to admit their war crimes.”
“The country will never forget.” This was said by Bilal Karimi, the spokesperson of the Taliban government.
“The recent confession of Prince Harry, who brutally killed 25 of our people during his tour of duty in Afghanistan, shows that these crimes are not only for Harry, but for all those who occupy our country. It is sad to see the West. They are defenders of human rights, but that is the reality of their actions. Afghanistan, as a Muslim country, Never forgets these deeds and always defends his land.”
English also open the game. Ben McBean, a former member of the British Navy who lost two limbs in the war, says the prince should “shut up”.
“I love you Prince Harry, but you need to shut up. One wonders who he hangs around with. If they were good people, someone would have told him to stop.”
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