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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. Where does Elisha decide to go after he is granted asylum in their country?
2. Who is now occupying the town in which Elisha and his parents once resided?
3. Elisha feels uneasy with Gad's sense of __________ and his knowledge about Elisha.
4. Elisha is now hearing about Jews, not as ___________, but as fighters who are simply claiming what is theirs.
5. The beggar tells Elisha not to be afraid of the dark. Night is ____________ than day.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did Ilana see cry, something which moves Elisha when he hears about it?
2. Where is the crying coming from as Elisha is standing at the window of the building?
3. What kind of job is taking place when David ben Moshe is wounded and captured by the English?
4. Who freed Elisha from the concentration camps, though he did not take them up on their offer to help?
5. The first mission of Elisha was to attack a _______________ on the road between Haifa and Tel Aviv.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Elisha know about the man who is residing in the hiding place where Elisha is?
2. What does Ilana say to John Dawson's mother during her radio program?
3. What is the lesson that the beggar taught Elisha when he was walking through the dark?
4. What does the English army do in response to the kidnapping of Captain John Dawson?
5. What has Elisha seen every night since hearing the advice of the beggar?
6. What was the goal of the first rad that Elisha went on as a part of the Movement?
7. What do several masked instructors teach to the new recruits when they arrive in Palestine?
8. How have the fighters of the Movement been attacking the English by surprise?
9. What was the decision of the Old Man that Gad relayed to Elisha an hour earlier in the first chapter?
10. What will happen to David ben Moshe as a result of his capture by the English?
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