— Menachem Begin
attributed in [https://books.google.ca/books?id=VaGCbpbzjRwC&pg=PA208 page 208 of Oil Crisis by Colin John Campbell in 2005]
[http://begincenterdiary.blogspot.com/2009/05/correcting-misquotation-reputedly-by.html 27 May 2009 the Begin Center Diary] wrote "Mr. Begin never said those words and there is no factual basis for that quote. When we searched for the quote, we found that it looped back to the same text by Texe Marrs, who does not say that he is quoting Begin." then links to [https://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=8359.5%3Bwap2 this cassiopaea.org forum thread] attributing it to Amnon Kapeliouk's article "Begin and the Beasts" (New Statesman, June 25, 1982) saying the article was "infamous for having misrepresented some remarks Menachem Begin said in a speech to the Knesset, and there are legitimate sources all over the net that make reference to that incident."
The text by Texe Marrs titled "All Hail the Jewish Master Race" was published [https://web.archive.org/web/20031217191553/http://texemarrs.com/112003/jewish_master_race.htm before 2004] and claimed "In his memoirs of his years in the White House, former President Jimmy Carter wrote that there could have been peace between the Arabs and the Israelis had it not been for the bigoted, Nazi-like racial views of Israeli's Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Begin, Carter recalled, believed the Jews were a Master Race, a holy people superior to Egyptians and Arabs." No source is provided regarding the Jimmy Carter claim.