Al Qaeda threatens to kidnap Prince Harry
London, May 9 (ANI): Supporters of Osama Bin Laden's terrorist organization Al Qaeda have threatened to kidnap Prince Harry if he flies an Apache attack helicopter in Afghanistan.
The members of the terrorist group have posted several direct warnings on a known Al Qaeda Arabic website used by followers in Britain, reports The Daily Express.
Prince Harry, 25, was recently presented with his pilot's "wings" by his father Prince Charles, and has been selected for Apache training.
But Al Qaeda supporters are not happy with his military ambitions.
One member of the password-accessed website said: "Wouldn't it be sweeeeeeeet if the Mujahideen could capture that pig!"
Another responded: "It would be wonderful if we capture this bastard alive after shooting down his Apache."
According to researchers, the site receives most of its traffic from jihadists based in the UK, mainland Europe and the USA.
It is believed that Prince Harry killed around 30 Taliban fighters during his secret deployment to Afghanistan in 2008 as a forward air controller. (ANI)