The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict Test | Final Test - Easy

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did the Palestinian's realization in the 1990's make them accept?
(a) Compromises were necessary.
(b) They had lost.
(c) The PLO could no longer speak for the Palestinian people.
(d) They would have to accept any compromise.

2. When did Secretary of State George Schulz discuss the conflict in Lebanon and how it threatens Israeli security?
(a) July 12, 1982.
(b) July 12, 1981.
(c) July 12, 1983.
(d) July 12, 1985.

3. When did Yasir Arafat talk about a letter from the United States which said that it would increase its presence in the Persian Gulf and would not tolerate any interference?
(a) December 13, 1993.
(b) December 13, 1991.
(c) December 13, 1990.
(d) December 13, 1992.

4. When was Yitzhak Rabin inaugurated?
(a) July 13, 1995.
(b) July 13, 1992.
(c) July 13, 1993.
(d) July 13, 1991.

5. What did Sadat do with the USSR military experts?
(a) He integrated them into his war cabinet.
(b) He had them reorganize his training programs.
(c) Ousted them.
(d) He executed them.

6. When was a new Israeli government elected?
(a) 1993.
(b) 1992.
(c) 1990.
(d) 1991.

7. When did Mubarak say he was ready for peace?
(a) January 21, 1986.
(b) January 21, 1988.
(c) January 21, 1987.
(d) January 21, 1989.

8. Why did Egypt adopt the cease fire of 1973, according to Sadat in Part IV pp 202-340?
(a) Egypt got back the territories previously lost.
(b) Egypt was not prepared to fight the U.S.
(c) Egypt was pressured by the USSR.
(d) Egypt lost his main army corp.

9. What did Arafat say about the negotiations at Madrid?
(a) They were unfair.
(b) They were fair.
(c) They were slow moving.
(d) They were useless.

10. When did King Hussein speak to the Palestine National Council and say that Palestine was still the top priority?
(a) November, 1986.
(b) November, 1983.
(c) November, 1984.
(d) November, 1985.

11. When did President Sadat address the Israeli parliament?
(a) November 20, 1979.
(b) November 20, 1978.
(c) November 20, 1977.
(d) November 20, 1976.

12. How many points did the Baker plan have?
(a) 7.
(b) 2.
(c) 6.
(d) 5.

13. What did the Arabs have to accept before negotiation could take place?
(a) They should accept whatever is given to them.
(b) The existence of Israel.
(c) They lost the war.
(d) They are not in position to make many demands.

14. When did the Palestinian strike to protest the Schulz plan?
(a) April 7.
(b) April 4.
(c) April 5.
(d) April 6.

15. When did Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin sign an agreement?
(a) September 9, 1990.
(b) September 9, 1993.
(c) September 9, 1994.
(d) September 9, 1995.

Short Answer Questions

1. When did the intifada begin?

2. What wasn't the USSR in favor of for the Middle East?

3. What needs to be achieve for a solution to the problems in the Middle East to be final, according to Part IV pp. 384-430?

4. When was the Madrid Peace Conference, according to Part VI pp 577-623?

5. What country was most of the occupied territory part of?

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