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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. When did Ahmed Shukairy address the United Nations on the issue of refugees?
2. Where were many concentration camp survivors living at the time of the report of the Anglo-American Committee?
(a) In Russia.
(b) In France.
(c) In relocation camp.
(d) In the concentration camp.
3. Who supported the idea of a Jewish state in Palestine?
4. What differentiated the Palestinian Liberation Organization, the Fatah, the Arab National Movement, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. according to Part IV pp214-258?
(a) Their view of Israel.
(b) Their goal for the Palestinian state.
(c) Their level of commitment.
(d) Their degree of radicalism.
5. What did the Fatah distinguish between?
(a) The rights of Arabs and Jews.
(b) Pure and non-pure individuals.
(c) The destruction of the state of Israel and its people.
(d) The creation of a Palestianian state and democracy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What would the cease fire line of 1967 be a source of according to Hassanain Haykal?
2. When did the Syrian Ba'th Party stress the importance of a unified policy concerning the struggle for Palestine?
3. What was the basis of the Fatah's creation?
4. When was U.N. Resolution 242 written?
5. When was the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry formed according o Part II pp. 72-103?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the Syrian Ba'th Party?
2. What did Ahmed Baha Ed-Dine discuss?
3. What did both Jews and Arabs have, according to Part I, pp. 2-36?
4. What is Fatah?
5. What did Abba Eban address in Part III, pp. 158-212?
6. What did the report publish on May 1, 1945 according to Part II, pp. 72-103?
7. What did Hassanain Haykal view the conflict as according to Part IV, pp. 258-303?
8. What did Anwar Sadat address?
9. What did the Fatah believe?
10. Who rejected the White Paper?
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