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LONDON - Britain's Prince Harry, 22, is to be filmed during his upcoming tour of duty with the British military in Iraq, the Daily Mail reported yesterday.
A camera team from the Defence Ministry was planning to accompany the third in line to the British throne, the report said.
The footage would be broadcast on television and the Internet in an attempt to counter and destroy terrorist propaganda.
Military chiefs hope to deflect danger from Harry by broadcasting the film to be called Desert Prince.
The content of the film will be censored to make sure that insurgent groups in Iraq do not receive information on Harry's whereabouts.
One group has already threatened to kidnap the prince.
David Stancliffe, the Anglican Bishop of Salisbury, has criticised the plan to send Harry to Iraq.
The prince was being used as a "political pawn", and the royal family should stay out of the debate on the Iraq war, he told the Sunday Times.
The newspaper also reported that some of Harry's friends believe he might not be sent to Iraq, but to another Gulf state.
The Daily Mail yesterday said that it was now unlikely that Harry would be sent out as a reconnaissance troop commander and would probably remain within British bases.
General Sir Richard Dannatt had announced that Harry would go to Iraq with his Blues and Royal regiment, but the final decision would depend on the security situation in the country. - Sapa-DPA