On the 41st anniversary of the massacre, Lebanese and Palestinian movements condemned the massacre and demanded that the perpetrators be held accountable, in light of the enemy’s attempts to destroy security and stability in the camps.
In this regard, the Islamic Action Front in Lebanon stressed that the Israeli enemy attempted with this massacre to demoralize and break the will of the Palestinian people and the sympathy of the nation.
In this regard, it pointed out that such a criminal operation against defenseless civilians, carried out during nights and days, with the treason of national forces, is considered one of the most horrible actions in the history of mankind.
Hamas movement spokesman Jihad Taha said that the loss of those martyrs in the horrendous crime is a testimony to the cruelty and sadism of the Tel Aviv entity, an usurper based on terrorism and racism.
On September 15, 1982, the Lebanese Christian Right invaded homes and shot civilians in Sabra and Chatila under the pretext of attacking the Palestine Liberation Organization, a day after the assassination of Phalangist militia leader Bashir Gemayal.
The death toll varies between 1,700 and 3,500, the latter figure according to the Red Cross, after three days of torture, rape and shootings.