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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. Who does Ibrahim have purchase the Palestine Post?
2. When Ibrahim and Gideon meet in Part 2, Chapter 11, how long has it been since they last met?
(a) Two years.
(b) One year.
(c) Three years.
(d) Four years.
3. Who arrests Gideon in 1946?
(a) The French.
(b) The British.
(c) The Arabs.
(d) The Jews.
4. When Ibrahim tells the people of Tabah to evacuate, what is Farouk responsible for bringing with him?
5. Why do Gideon and Foote meet at a restaurant in Jerusalem?
(a) To discuss what is happening in Tabah.
(b) To discuss how to build better bombs.
(c) To discuss moving the Jews back to Europe.
(d) To discuss a new Jewish settlement.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes Ishmael curious about the kibbutz?
2. In Part 2, Chapter 1 -5, how does Ibrahim feel about Gideon?
3. What does Ibrahim do to the perimeter of his town when the riots and attacks begin to reach the valley of Avalon?
4. After befriending a Jewish junkyard dealer, what language does Ishmael learn to read?
5. When Ibrahim watches the Jewish settlers build terraces for farming, what does he wonder?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Mercedes arrives in Tabah on Christmas day?
2. What is Gideon's role after the news of the Jewish death camps?
3. What happens when Ibrahim refuses to give money or men to the Mufti and the Arab Higher Committee?
4. What do the Jews do to prepare their land for farming?
5. Why does Ibrahim call Gideon in Part 2, Chapter 11?
6. What role does Fawzi Kabir play in displacing Arabs from Palestine?
7. Why does Ibrahim have a feast for Kabir when he arrived in Tabah?
8. What have groups of Arab leaders begun doing since the mention of a partition of Palestine?
9. What happens during Gideon's meetings with British Colonel Frederick Brompton?
10. What do Ibrahim and Gideon discuss when they meet in Part 2, Chapter 7?
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