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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the Christians called who remain in Jerusalem?
2. Who is Katoub?
(a) Elias's mother.
(b) Elias's wife.
(c) Elias's youngest sister.
(d) The village pastor.
3. What is Elias immersed in at his new home?
(a) Biblical study.
(b) The study of law.
(c) Learning about the religion of the Jews.
(d) Learning all about the history of Palestine.
4. What does the Israeli Supreme Court rule when the elders of Biram file a petition for permission to return to their homes?
(a) It is shelved until the Jewish state is more stable.
(b) It is denied.
(c) It is put into limbo in the hopes the elders of Biram will give up.
(d) It is granted.
5. Where does Elias go after his initial education?
(a) Law school.
(c) To join the Army.
Short Answer Questions
1. When do the men who were taken by the Irgun return?
2. Where is Biram?
3. What does Elias see in Jesus?
4. How did the native Jewish inhabitants feel about the actions of the Zionists?
5. How do the Zionist soldiers act?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens in Palestine when the United Nations steps into the conflict?
2. Where and when did Elias Chacour grow up and what did his family do for a living?
3. What type of study did Elias and his friend study at the seminary and how did Elias feel about it?
4. How did Elias feel about school and where else did he learn what he considered important?
5. What did Elias see in Jesus and how did he feel about Jesus? How did Elias see his interaction with Jesus?
6. Who declared Israel an independent state in May 1948 and then what did he do? How did the world respond?
7. Who was taken out of Gish from Elias's family and who was left?
8. How did the Beatitudes appear to Elias and why?
9. What did Elias begin to do after so many people were taken from the village of Gish? What did he believe about the situation?
10. What did the new Jewish landowners find out about their land and what did they do about it?
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