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Prince Harry Reveal He Slay 25 Taliban Like Removing Chess Pieces

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The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has sparked a new round of criticism after claiming he murdered hundreds of “taliban combatants like chess pieces” while serving in the British Army.

Between 2005 and 2015, Prince Harry served in the army and actively participated in the United States and NATO’s joint 20-year-long fight against the Taliban in Afghanistan, during which the Duke served two tours in the country’s Helmand region.

During his service as an Apache helicopter pilot during the Afghan war, Harry described eliminating 25 enemy fighters as “like removing chess pieces” in his biography Spare.

“It wasn’t a statistic that made me proud, but it also didn’t make me ashamed,” he wrote.

“When I was thrown into the heat and confusion of war, I didn’t think about those as 25 people,” he added. You can’t kill people if you perceive them as human beings.

“In reality, if you perceive people as people, you can’t damage them. They were chess pieces removed from the board, bad guys killed before they killed nice guys. They taught me how to ‘other’ them, and they taught me well.”

People all across the world have reacted to Prince Harry’s latest disclosure, including Anas Haqqan, a prominent Taliban leader, who tweeted: “Mr Harry! The people you killed were not chess pieces; they were human beings with families who awaited their return…

“I don’t anticipate the (International Criminal Court) to summon you or human rights advocates to denounce you since they are deaf and oblivious to your plight.”

In the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attack on US soil, the United States and its NATO allies entered Afghanistan in 2001 in search of Osama Bin Laden, the architect of the terrible event, and other leaders of his al-Qaeda extremist outfit.

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