Prince Harry killed 25 fighters: Taliban terrorist accuses him of 'war crimes'.


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 ARCHIVE - November 3, 2012, Afghanistan, Camp Bastion: Britain's Prince Harry, or Captain Wales as he was known in the British Army, runs out of the VHR (very high readiness) tent to the Apache helicopter. (to dpa 'A prince unpacks: Details a
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According to his own accounts, Prince Harry killed 25 people as a soldier in Afghanistan. 'One of the most important things I learned in the army is that I am responsible for my own actions. So my number: 25,” Harry writes in his memoirs, according to Sky News. The Taliban's response came just a day later: a senior Taliban official accused Harry of war crimes.

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'Of course I would have preferred not to have that number on my military record or in my head, but I would also have preferred to live in a world without the Taliban, in a world without war.' Even as a regular daydreamer, however, there are realities that cannot be changed, writes the 38-year-old.

Criticism immediately hailed, even the Taliban spoke up. A senior Taliban member accused Harry of war crimes. “Those you killed weren't pawns, they were people; they had families waiting for their return,” Anas Hakkani wrote on Twitter on Friday. He at least gave Harry some respect for his sincerity: 'Among the murderers of Afghans, not many have the decency to reveal their conscience and confess their war crimes.'

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A military veteran told Sky News that Harry's comments would fuel further hatred towards him and paint a false picture of British military training. It is by no means the case that British soldiers are taught to see their opponents as less human or as 'pawns'.

Harry's autobiography 'Spare' (German: 'Reserve') is supposed to appear on January 10th. According to British media, however, the prince's book accidentally went on sale in Spain on Thursday.

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