MADRID, 6 Jan. (.) –
Anas Haqqani, a senior Taliban official, has charged Prince Harry for his autobiographical claims that he killed 25 people while serving as a helicopter pilot during the war in Afghanistan.
“Enrique. Those you killed were not chess pieces. They were human beings who had families waiting for their return,” said Haqqani, a former member of the Taliban negotiating team and brother of the current Interior Minister and leader of the Network. Haqqani, Sirajudin Haqqani.
“Among the murderers of Afghans, not many have the decency to reveal their conscience and confess their war crimes,” he said in his account on the social network Twitter, before stressing that “the truth is what he has said: the people innocent were chess pieces for their soldiers and political and military leaders”.
However, Haqqani has stated that the British “were beaten in that black and white board ‘game’.” “I do not expect that the International Criminal Court (ICC) will summon you to testify or that human rights activists will condemn you because they are deaf and blind to you. Let’s hope that these atrocities are remembered in the history of humanity,” he has settled.
Enrique, who served in the Army for ten years, rising to the rank of captain, recounts in his autobiography that he did not think of those 25 lives as “people” but as “chess pieces” on a board, the newspaper reported on Thursday. British ‘The Telegraph’.