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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3 pp 208-237.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why was the Lindh foundation established?
(a) To encourage Europeans to be open-minded about American ideals.
(b) To encourage European schools and universities to offer classes on the Arab world, culture, and languages.
(c) To support anti-Islam actions.
(d) To aid immigrants in adjusting to their new culture.
2. What happened to Pim?
(a) He died from a heart attack.
(b) He became the leader of Israel.
(c) He ran in the Presidential election in France.
(d) He was assassinated for his views.
3. Ann Lindh, a Swedish minister for foreign affairs, was the forerunner for what?
(a) Trying to start dialogue with Arab countries.
(b) Trying to enforce immigration laws.
(c) Encouraging anti-Islamic protests.
(d) Supporting American ideas.
4. Pim Fortuyn, born in 1948, was the leader of what movement in Europe?
(a) The pro-Islamization.
(b) The pro-Israeli.
(c) The anti-Islamization.
(d) The anti-American.
5. The establishment's response was to do what?
(a) Rework the terms of the constitution.
(b) Rewrite the constitution.
(c) Forget the constitution.
(d) Continue trying with the constitution.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
2. Why have Europeans not diverged from this view regarding the government?
3. One of the prime examples of Europeans "faintness of heart" when dealing with Muslim's is the story of whom?
4. Western European nations believe that the best way to help the poor is by doing what?
5. When does the Dutch government begin to take these isolated incidents seriously?
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