Prologue, France: St. Nazaire
1. The author says that Nuri Salameh displays what "ancient Arab character flaw"?
2. How does Nuri Salameh keep his supervisor from questioning his presence in the tail of the aircraft after his shift?
(a) Nuri Salameh asks his supervisor if the section is ready to be closed.
(b) Nuri Salameh asks his supervisor to inspect his work.
(c) Nuri Salameh tells his supervisor he has found a flaw.
(d) Nuri Salameh asks his supervisor if it is time to go home.
3. What does Nuri Salameh worry might give him away to the workers passing under the Concorde?
(a) His sneeze.
(b) His sweat.
(c) His footsteps.
(d) His breathing.
4. What nationality is Nuri Salameh and the other workers who are complicit in sabotaging the aircraft?
5. How does Nuri Salameh feel about the work of sabotage he had done?
(a) It is a blow against Israel.
(b) It is a defense of the downtrodden.
(c) It is an act of justice.
(d) It is a great sin.
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