„If you mean whose side one should be on, Israel or the Arabs, I would certainly say Israel because it’s the advanced, technological, civilized country amidst a group of almost totally primitive savages who have not changed for years and who are racist and who resent Israel because it’s bringing industry, intelligence, and modern technology into their stagnation.“

—  Ayn Rand, Q and A session during taping of Donohue, Live in New York (1979) Ayn Rand on Israel and the Middle East https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uHSv1asFvU
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