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Prince Harry writes he killed 25 people in Afghanistan: report

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati
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In his upcoming biography “Spare”, Prince Harry wrote that he took part in six missions in Afghanistan as an Apache helicopter pilot; the book is due for publication in the UK on January 10, 2023.

He was sent on his second mission in 2012, when he was learning to pilot an Apache chopper, to Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan, where the Army Air Corps stayed for 20 weeks. At the time, he stated that taking the lives of Taliban was part of his work and that “we fire when it is necessary, take a life to save a life.”
For the first time, he revealed that the army trained him not to regard enemies as humans, leading him to murder 25 people in Afghanistan.
When it comes to Harry’s feelings and the number of murders he committed in Afghanistan. He wrote that it is not a number that makes him happy, but it does not make him feel embarrassed.
He claims he does not feel bad about killing people because he will never forget the 9/11 attacks in New York. He describes those responsible for the attacks and their sympathizers as “enemies of humanity” and says fighting them was an act of revenge for one of the worst crimes in human history.
Security experts say that the prince has long been viewed as a top target for extremists because of his missions in Afghanistan, notably when he revealed his narrative.
Harry’s autobiography talks about a narrative that is part of today’s Afghanistan reality, ruling the country (IEA) and seeking to maintain links with the rest of the world and international communities.

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