„Europe is as fearful of Islam today as she has been in the past. She now knows that the strength of Islam (which in the past expressed that of the Arabs) has been reborn and has appeared in a new form: Arab nationalism.“

—  Michel Aflaq, livro On the Way of Resurrection, On the Way of Resurrection (1943)
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