The Taliban Wants to Kill or Kidnap Prince Harry While in Afghanistan

The Taliban Wants to Kill or Kidnap Prince Harry While in Afghanistan

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 10, 2012 at 8:13 PM PDT
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After his scandalous acts in Las Vegas, Prince Harry is again in very hot waters. The threat this time comes from the Taliban. Yes, the terror group operating in Afghanistan wants Harry’s head.

According to reports, the Afghan Taliban, via its spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, said they are using all their strength to get rid of Harry by killing or kidnapping him. He added that they have informed their commanders in Helmand to do all they can to complete the task.

Harry is currently in Afghanistan on a four-month tour. He took the job after two weeks of his scandalous events in Las Vegas. He is currently in Camp Bastion which is situated in the critical area of the Helmand province. Harry will be in the frontline in the NATO-led war against the dreaded Taliban. He will be on duty as a co-pilot gunner for the attack helicopters.

But NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen showed no worry about the Taliban threat. He said that they do everything they can to protect their soldiers no matter what their background is. The Ministry of Defense of Britain declined to give any comment about the Taliban threat. They have also released less information about Harry’s deployment for security reason. Above you can see a photo of Harry at Camp Bastion last September 7, 2012 while being shown the Apache flight-line courtesy of acclaimed photographer John Stillwell of AP.

For more on this story, go check out Yahoo! News.

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The Taliban Wants to Kill or Kidnap Prince Harry While in Afghanistan
Prince Harry with a member of his squadron in Camp Bastion who is showing him the Apache flight-line last September 7, 2012
jinkinpark is based in Butuan, Caraga, Philippines, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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