Afghan families demand Prince Harry’s; be brought to justice after. He admitte killing 25 people while fighting in Afghanistan with the British army.
Afghan families demand Prince Harry’s; In his memoir Spare, Harry, Duke of Sussex revealed he killed 25 people as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan. He said he didn’t see them as “people” but as “chess” that had been take off the board.
The prince’s comments drew harsh criticism from Afghans.
Harry – who first served as an airstrike commander in Afghanistan in 2007-2008 and then flew an attack helicopter in 2012-2013 – completed his military service at Camp Bastion, a British military base in the country’s Helmand province.
Afghan families demand Prince Harry’s; who lost loved ones in airstrikes in Helmand province’s Sangin district said these people were not insurgents or terrorists, but ordinary Afghans.
Taliban Criticizes Prince Harry Over Afghan Killings
Hamdullah Alizai, 45, a resident of Sangin District, said that in August 2008, the British Air Force attacked their settlements and killed 27 people, including his father and 15-year-old brother.
Afghan families demand Prince Harry’s; At that time we were devastate and had a difficult time. We strongly condemn Prince Harry’s statements. We demand that he be brought to justice and punish,” Alizay said.
Mohammed Alizai, 38, another resident, said he lost his newly engaged brother, then 23, in the attacks.
He recalled that they had to bury several bodies in different villages because they were afraid of bombing.
Habibul Rahman Noorzai, 38, whose father, uncle and 20-year-old brother were kill in the attacks, said: “British and foreign soldiers have committe many atrocities here. We want them brought to justice.”