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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Bawer, do countries such as Norway and Sweden assist new immigrants of non-white race to integrate into communities?
(a) Yes, sometimes.
(b) Yes, all the time.
(d) Yes, usually.
2. What is the main problem in Western Europe?
(a) It desperately needs immigrants.
(b) It desperately needs U.S. support.
(c) It desperately needs to stop immigration.
(d) It desperately needs funding.
3. Norway stated that Bush was equal to whom?
(a) George Washington.
(d) Tony Blair.
4. To what will France have to succumb?
(a) Democratic laws.
(b) American power.
(c) An American form of government.
(d) Sharia Law.
5. The narrator writes that the European elite is so removed from the realities of international affairs, and so bothered by their irrelevance in them, that they were incapable of what?
(a) Responding to the 9/11 tragedies.
(b) Understanding how the Muslims could have been responsible for the 9/11 tragedies.
(c) Protecting their own cities from the Muslims.
(d) Having any sympathy for the 9/11 tragedies.
6. When does the Dutch government begin to take these isolated incidents seriously?
(a) After the attack on London.
(b) After 9/11.
(c) Before 9/11.
(d) After the attack on Madrid.
7. Many of the Muslims, according to Bawer, are what?
8. Lin Silje Nilson is an historian who supports establishing a sharia court in Norway for what reason?
(a) To protect minority rights.
(b) To protect the European population.
(c) To give control to the Muslims.
(d) To protect Muslim rights.
9. These Muslims are mostly of _________ descent.
(a) North African.
(b) West African.
(c) Saudi Arabian.
10. Radical, fundamental Muslims are taking advantage of what?
(a) Europe's fear.
(b) Europe's lack of organization.
(c) Europe's liberality.
(d) Europe's hatred.
11. Some believe France will be the first Western European nation that will reach what?
(a) A majority African population.
(b) A majority Muslim population.
(c) A point when they stop letting in immigrants.
(d) A decision to create immigration laws.
12. European politicians are ___________________.
(a) Greatly feared and respected.
(b) Greatly underappreciated.
(c) Often not trusted and questioned.
(d) Greatly respected and listened to.
13. Europeans see government as what?
(a) Head of the family.
(b) The enemy.
(d) Something to be feared.
14. What does the European tolerance of differences in beliefs plus the lack of help in integrating into their new home, create?
(a) An environment of isolation for the Muslim community.
(b) A "separate but equal" state.
(c) A comfortable way for both Muslims and Europeans to live in peace.
(d) A content, yet isolated Muslim community.
15. According to the author, the ____________, Europe's version of the sixties generation shaped the political correctness that is the establishment today.
Short Answer Questions
1. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
2. Europeans assumed that any immigrants would eventually "melt" into the general culture of the country in which they settle. Is this is true of fundamental Muslims?
3. Muslim immigrants are usually from where, which means they are more conservative and against Western values?
4. Unni Wikan, a social anthropology professor at the University of Oslo, stated that the Muslim men should not be tried to so harshly, and that the women were at fault for what reason?
5. Some who are actually European born have moved back to their native countries but continue to receive what?
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