A senior Taliban chief stated that the folks Prince Harry claimed he killed in Afghanistan have been “not chess items, they have been people” whereas responding to revelations made within the Duke of Sussex’ forthcoming memoir ‘Spare’.
Within the memoir, Prince Harry reportedly claimed that he killed 25 Taliban fighters, following which Anas Haqqani tweeted, “Mr. Harry! Those you killed weren’t chess items, they have been people; that they had households who have been ready for his or her return.”
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“Among the many killers of Afghans, not many have your decency to disclose their conscience and confess to their battle crimes,” Anas Haqqani stated.
Earlier, a former senior military officer instructed Sky Information that Prince Harry’s feedback about killing Taliban fighters have been “ill-judged”. Colonel Richard Kemp, who took command of British forces in Afghanistan in 2003 earlier than his retirement, stated that Prince Harry’s suggestion that British troopers are educated to see their enemies as “lower than human” was harmful.
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“I feel they’re in all probability ill-judged for 2 causes. One is his suggestion that he killed 25 folks can have reincited these individuals who want him hurt” Colonel Richard Kemp stated including, “The opposite drawback I discovered along with his feedback was that he characterised the British Military mainly as having educated him and different troopers to see his enemy as lower than human, simply as chess items on a board to be swiped off, which isn’t the case. It is the other of the case.”