British prince charged with ‘treason’

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British prince charged with ‘treason’

The youngest son of the British king, who recently announced the murder of 25 members of the Taliban movement while serving in the country's army, was accused of "treason" and endangering the lives of British soldiers.

Prince Harry wrote in his memoir, SPARE, that in 2012, when he went to Afghanistan for the second time, he killed 25 Taliban in six helicopter operations. In this book, he called them “chess pieces” that were “removed from the field.” According to the Telegraph website, the former commander of British forces in Afghanistan responded to Prince Harry’s controversial claim that he had killed 25 members of the Taliban during his years in the British army, saying that the Taliban could use these “rash” statements.

The prince betrayed the army family just as he betrayed the royal family. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle left the royal family in 2020 and immigrated to America. In response to the admission of Prince Harry, a member of the British royal family, in the murder of 25 people during the war in Afghanistan, the Taliban declared these actions a war crime.

A senior Taliban member said on Twitter Friday in response to Prince Harry’s statement that while serving in Afghanistan, he “removed 25 Afghans from the playing field like chess pieces,” AAA news agency reported.
Anas Haqqani declared the British prince’s actions a war crime and added: “The reality is that our innocent people were chess pieces in the eyes of your military and political leaders, but you lost the game.

Bilal Karimi, a spokesman for the Taliban government, also wrote in a series of tweets: “These atrocities are not limited to Prince Harry and all invaders have committed similar crimes throughout history and Afghans will not forget these crimes.” Harry, known as the Duke of Sussex, youngest son of Charles III, current King of England; he has been out of the royal circle for some time now and along with his American wife, by conducting interviews and publishing documentaries in an attempt to damage the image of the British royal family, confessed to killing at least 25 people during the war in Afghanistan.

The Telegraph published the news and wrote: “Harry, 38, in his book entitled Spare, due to be published next week, stated that during the second round of his presence in the war in Afghanistan, he killed at least 25 human”. Harry served twice in the war in Afghanistan: from 2007 to 2008 as part of the ground forces, and then from 2012 to 2013 as an Apache attack helicopter pilot.

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