Prince Harry has faced severe criticism after he claims he killed 25 Afghan fighters calling them “chess pieces” who were taken off the board.
Russian artist Andrei Molodkin has said that human blood will “drench” St Paul’s Cathedral after Harry has “angered” the Taliban over his remarks in his book.
Harry said that whilst he served in Afghanistan it was “not a number that fills me with satisfaction, but nor does it embarrass me.”
Speaking to Sky News Molodkin said that what Harry said has made him “very, very angry” and as a result St Paul’s Cathedral will be “drenched in the blood of Afghani people.”
“They read they are just ‘chess figures’… for some prince hunting by helicopter,” he said. “It looked like a safari situation.
“How he told it, for him it’s like a computer game.”
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Afghani’s have donated their blood and before the end of March and around 1,250ml of blood will be used for his artwork which was taken from donors by a registered nurse.
Molodkin explained how it will work, “Blood will go in the royal coat of arms, it will circulate in there.
“It will be projected… on to the cathedral – so all the Cathedral will be in the blood of Afghani people.”
St Paul’s Cathedral is where Harry’s parents King Charles III and Princess Diana were married, he added, “I think in the church, you can give the blood.
“It’s a cathedral – it’s for everyone. Everyone can come there and pray.
“Donating blood, it’s kind of a way of praying.”
He explained how the Taliban feel about Harry after his comments when asked, he said, “I think they are very angry.”
He added, “Even in the army, you’re scared to participate in the shooting of others… you’re very stressed about. But he thinks it’s a video game.”
Anas Haqqani who is a leading figure in the influential fundamentalist regime, the Haqqani Network, which is part of the Taliban was outraged over his comments.
Haqqani who is blamed for some of the deadliest attacks in Afghanistan wrote on Twitter, “The ones you killed were not chess pieces, they were humans; they had families who were waiting for their return.
“Among the killers of Afghans, not many have your decency to reveal their conscience and confess to their war crimes.”
Admiral Lord West called Prince Harry “very stupid” for revealing such details and warned “the Invictus Games” which are due to be held in “Dusseldorf, Germany this year will now have “serious security issues” because it is directly connected to the Duke of Sussex.
The former security advisor warned that “in Islamic State and other terrorist organisations” they will be thinking that they “will want to do something.”