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 Walter Laqueur analyze?
(a) Prospects of war between Israel and Jordan.
(b) Prospects of war between Israel and Egypt.
(c) Prospects of peace between Israel and Egypt.
(d) Prospects of peace between Israel and Jordan.

2. Who gave speeches at the Madrid Peace Conference?
(a) Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir and Clinton.
(b) Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir and Bush.
(c) Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir and Arafat.
(d) Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir and Haydar Abd al-Shafi

3. When did the Palestine National Council say there can be no peace or stability in the Middle East until the Palestinian issue is settled?
(a) September 28, 1992.
(b) September 28, 1991.
(c) September 28, 1994.
(d) September 28, 1993.

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

5. Who was expelled from Lebanon?
(a) Palestinians.
(b) Christians.
(c) Egyptian soldiers.
(d) The PLO.

6. Why was overall peace but a dream during the Geneva conference?
(a) Most Palestianian organizations were not present.
(b) Israel didn't want to make any compromise.
(c) The PLO wanted to be the leader of the Arab organization.
(d) Most Palestinian organization call for the destruction of Israel.

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

8. What did other Arab nations need to recognize, according to Boutros Bpoutros-Ghali?
(a) Israel.
(b) The PLO as learder of the Plaestinians.
(c) The right of the United States to mediate.
(d) The role of leadership that Egypt has taken.

9. When did Israel announce that it has no intention of giving up its claims on Judea, Samaria and Gaza or the Golan Heights?
(a) August, 1983.
(b) August, 1980.
(c) August, 1982.
(d) August, 1981.

10. What did the PLO call Sadat's actions?
(a) Treasonous.
(b) Courageous.
(c) Futile.
(d) Necessary.

11. 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?
(a) The Palestinian people must have a defined, permanent status.
(b) The U.S. must stop supporting Israel.
(c) Palestinians must be ready to make concessions.
(d) Israel must withdraw from occupied territories.

12. What did the issue discussed by Y. Harkabi lead to?
(a) War between Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
(b) Split between Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
(c) Merging of the Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
(d) Reunification of the Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

13. 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, 1992.
(b) December 13, 1991.
(c) December 13, 1990.
(d) December 13, 1993.

14. When did the Likud Coalition publish its position?
(a) March, 1975.
(b) March, 1978.
(c) March, 1976.
(d) March, 1977.

15. What country was most of the occupied territory part of?
(a) Jordan.
(b) Lebanon.
(c) Syria.
(d) Egypt.

Short Answer Questions

1. What did the Palestinian National Council believe Palestine and Jordan should do?

2. When did the intifada leader issue a statement?

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

4. When did King Hussein speak to the Palestine National Council and say that Palestine was still the top priority?

5. When did Secretary of State George Schulz discuss the conflict in Lebanon and how it threatens Israeli security?

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