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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What influences the U.S to stop their attack on Iraq?
(a) The U.S. news begins negative coverage of the war.
(b) Hussein surrenders under certain terms.
(c) Terrorism begins in the homeland.
(d) The Saudi King asks them to stop.
2. What does Ramzi Yousef plan while on the lam for two years?
(a) Attacks on the Sears and John Hancock Tower in Chicago.
(b) Aircraft bombings on 11 different flights.
(c) Assassination attempt on President Clinton.
(d) Infiltration into the Pentagon's computer system.
3. With the Red Army gone, what mentality do some of the soldiers that fight against them have?
(a) They now have the military power to run the government.
(b) They now know a superpower can be destroyed.
(c) They are ready to take down the next superpower.
(d) That other countries will think twice before they invade.
4. How many men are involved with the WTC bombing?
5. Who else wants to convict Omar Abdel Rahman for terrorism?
(d) Saudi Arabia.
6. The increase in counter-terrorism budget helped do what?
(a) Allow better intelligence capabilities.
(b) Strengthen the Secret Service staff.
(c) Increase airport security.
(d) Strengthen the Air Marshalls Program.
7. What angers Usama bin Laden about Americans in Saudi Arabia?
(a) Usama bin Laden believes Saudi Arabia can fight the war alone.
(b) Usama bin Laden feels the Americans failed the Afghans.
(c) It is against the Wahhabist branch of Islam.
(d) Usama bin Laden feels disgust for any superpower.
8. How does the American team look as they head to their cars after meeting with the Saudi King?
9. Where is President Bush at the time of the attacks?
(a) On vacation in Texas.
(b) A pre-school in Florida.
(c) A college basketball game at Yale.
(d) At a Marine facility in Lousiana.
10. What does Prince Turki ask of Usama bin Laden when he returns to Saudi Arabia from Afghanistan in 1989?
(a) To form a fundamentalist religion-based resistance against Yemen.
(b) To keep his men intact in case they are needed in the future.
(c) To form an elite special forces for the Saudi Arabian army.
(d) To rally the residents of Saudi Arabia against the King.
11. What does the Continuity of Government implement?
(a) The movement of departments to alternate sites.
(b) Always having a secure line between the President and Vice President.
(c) Secure back-up of fiber optic cables and wires for communications.
(d) The evacuation of the first five in the line of government to a cave.
12. How do the surviving families of TWA 800 respond to Clinton's visit?
(a) They understand he is there politically.
(b) They shun his lack of genuine concern.
(c) They are angry for answers.
(d) They embrace his empathy.
13. Who invites Usama bin Laden into their country?
(a) President Mohammed Najibullah from Afghanistan.
(b) Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Qadhafi from Libya.
(c) Bendjedid from Algeria.
(d) Hasan al-Turabi from Sudan.
14. What does Cheney promise the Saudi King as a liaison of President George H.W. Bush?
(a) U.S. will send forces whenever the Saudi King asks.
(b) U.S. will sell as many arms to Saudi Arabia as it needs.
(c) U.S. forces will leave as soon as the war is over.
(d) U.S. will no longer have an alliance with Israel.
15. Which countries are involved with the bombings of Marine barracks in Lebanon?
(a) Syria and Iran.
(d) Iran and Iraq.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Clarke, what is one factor that stops counter-terrorism policies from passing in Congress?
2. Who does Iran get on their side to overthrow the Khalifas?
3. Where does Clinton get assurance that the U.S. bomb hit its target in Iraq?
4. What gets the Pentagon angry at the President's response to the Khobar attack?
5. How does Freeh want to handle Sayegh's case?
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