Kabul: Anas Haqqani’s reaction to British Prince Harry’s statement of killing 25 Afghans has been revealed.
Britain’s Prince Harry has revealed in his upcoming autobiography that he flew 6 air missions and killed 25 Afghan civilians while deployed in Afghanistan.
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Prince Harry has written in his book that he killed 25 people during his duty as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan.
He wrote that “During my deployment in Afghanistan, my number was 25. This number is not a source of satisfaction for me, but it is also not a source of shame. Those who were killed in a war situation were removed from the chessboard by thinking of them as chess pieces.”
It should be noted that Duke of Sussex Prince Harry’s autobiography ‘Spear’ is coming out on January 10.
However, now the reaction of Anas Haqqani, the senior leader of the Taliban, has come out.
Anas Haqqani, in his response, said that the people who were killed by Harry were Afghans with families.
In his tweet, Anas Haqqani further said that ‘Mr. Harry! The people you killed weren’t chess pieces, they were human beings.
Anas Haqqani also called Prince Harry guilty of war crimes and said that ‘the truth is what you said that our innocent people were like chess pieces for your soldiers, yet you lost the game. ‘
He added that the killers of Afghan citizens do not have the same rationality as you to confess their war crimes. will condemn because they are blind and deaf in your case but hopefully these atrocities will be remembered forever in the history of humanity.’
Keep in mind that Prince Harry served in the British Army for 10 years and reached the rank of Captain.
He left the royal palace and moved to the US with his wife Meghan Markle and has since made numerous allegations against the royal family.
Harry and Meghan made sensational revelations about the royal family in the Netflix series, and now Harry’s biography is also revealing new revelations.