A senior Taliban chief claimed that the persons Prince Harry claimed he killed in Afghanistan ended up “not chess parts, they ended up human beings” although responding to revelations created in the Duke of Sussex’ forthcoming memoir ‘Spare’.
In the memoir, Prince Harry reportedly claimed that he killed twenty five Taliban fighters, subsequent which Anas Haqqani tweeted, “Mr. Harry! The kinds you killed ended up not chess parts, they ended up human beings they experienced people who ended up waiting around for their return.”
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“Among the killers of Afghans, not a lot of have your decency to expose their conscience and confess to their war crimes,” Anas Haqqani claimed.
Previously, a previous senior military officer instructed Sky News that Prince Harry’s feedback about killing Taliban fighters ended up “unwell-judged”. Colonel Richard Kemp, who took command of British forces in Afghanistan in 2003 ahead of his retirement, claimed that Prince Harry’s recommendation that British troopers are experienced to see their enemies as “significantly less than human” was hazardous.
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“I assume they are most likely unwell-judged for two motives. Just one is his recommendation that he killed twenty five persons will have reincited these persons who desire him harm” Colonel Richard Kemp claimed incorporating, “The other challenge I located with his feedback was that he characterised the British Military essentially as obtaining experienced him and other troopers to see his enemy as significantly less than human, just as chess parts on a board to be swiped off, which is not the situation. It truly is the reverse of the situation.”