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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 refers to an official level of education required in order to enter university in Holland?
2. Where does Ayaan decide to pursue refugee status in Chapter 10, "Running Away"?
3. With whom did Ayaan stay upon arriving in Amsterdam in Chapter 10, "Running Away"?
(d) Aunt Khadija.
4. Who wrote the book "Atheist Manifesto: The Case Against Christianity, Judaism, and Islam"?
(a) Rita Verdonk.
(b) Salman Rushdie.
(c) Cisca Dresselhuys.
(d) Michel Onfray.
5. Ayaan was able to apply for citizenship in Holland how many years after attaining refugee status in Chapter 10, "Running Away"?
(a) 1 year.
(b) 5 years.
(c) 3 years.
(d) 2 years.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was a Dutch Protestant Christian that befriended Ayaan during her time in the Netherlands?
2. Ayaan began working for what political party''s think tank before 9/11 happened in Chapter 14, "Leaving God"?
3. Ayaan made several declarations about her legally being allowed to use what name in the Epilogue?
4. How many times was Theo van Gogh shot in his assassination?
5. Ayaan's Dutch citizenship was left intact as she traveled promoting her first book where in the Epilogue?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did the author describe taking a position in the Epilogue? Why?
2. How does the author describe her continuing education in Chapter 13, "Leiden"?
3. What political group did Ayaan begin working for after completing her degree in Chapter 14, "Leaving God"?
4. What film did the author produce in Chapter 16, "Politics"? With whom did she make the film?
5. How is the beginning of the author's political career described in Chapter 16, "Politics"?
6. What does the author say regarding life in the West in the book's Epilogue?
7. What does the author write regarding her decision to leave Holland in the Epilogue?
8. What were Ayaan's first days as an official refugee like in Chapter 11, "A Trial by the Elders"?
9. How does the author describe a meeting with her father in Chapter 14, "Leaving God"?
10. How does the author describe her participation in public debates in Chapter 15, "Threats"?
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