The massacre in pictures

Photo 6 of 6 21st anniversary of Sabra and Shatila

    In 2001 Human Rights Watch urged that a criminal investigation be launched into Sharon's role in the
    massacre. "There is abundant evidence that war
    crimes and crimes against humanity were committed
    on a wide scale in the Sabra and Chatila massacre,
    but to date, not a single individual has been brought
    to justice," said Hanny Megally, Executive Director,
    Middle East and North Africa Division of HRW.

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