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Taliban react to Prince Harry’s memoirs

Taliban commander Anas Haqqani slams Prince Harry’s confession of service in Afghanistan

Leader of the Talibanterrorist organization banned in Russia) Anas Haqqani reacted to the published memoirs of Prince Harry, in which he admitted that he eliminated more than 20 militants in Afghanistan, comparing them to chess pieces. According to a Taliban field commander, those killed were not chess pieces, but people who had families. About it informs CNBC edition.

“Harry! Those you killed were not chess pieces, but people; they had families waiting for their return. Among the killers of Afghans, not many have the decency to reveal their conscience and confess to their war crimes,” Haqqani criticized Prince Harry on Twitter.

Earlier, the Sky News channel reported on the recognition of the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry that he killed 25 people during his military service in Afghanistan. The prince wrote about this in his autobiography, called Spare (“Spare”), which is scheduled for release on January 10. In it, Harry wrote that he does not view the fighters as “humans”, but as “chess pieces” that he removes from the board. “This is not something that fills me with satisfaction, but I was not ashamed,” said the prince.

The Taliban regained full control of Afghanistan when the US withdrew its last troops from the country in August 2021. The new authorities effectively deprived girls of all opportunities for education and work, and also restricted their movement in public places without an accompaniment of a male guardian. The Taliban also permitted public executions, flogging and stoning of people found guilty of same-sex sex, adultery, crime and theft despite international condemnation of such decisions.

Source” Content adapted from lenta

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