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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Someone in Norway created an e-mail petition called what?
(a) "Good Bye America!"
(b) "Where Are You America?"
(c) "Hello America!"
(d) "Help Us America!"
2. What does the European tolerance of differences in beliefs plus the lack of help in integrating into their new home, create?
(a) A comfortable way for both Muslims and Europeans to live in peace.
(b) A content, yet isolated Muslim community.
(c) An environment of isolation for the Muslim community.
(d) A "separate but equal" state.
3. Part of the cultural difference between Americans and the Dutch, and other Europeans is that the Europeans tend to be ___________________, compared the the Americans who are more judgmental about differences.
(b) Nervous and intimidated.
(c) Relaxed and passive.
(d) Angry and violent.
4. According to the author, the ____________, Europe's version of the sixties generation shaped the political correctness that is the establishment today.
5. In what are these Muslims leaders?
(a) French society.
(b) French universities.
(c) French crime.
(d) French government.
6. What did this Muslim leader call 9/11?
(a) A mistake.
(b) A great disaster.
(c) A gift from God.
(d) A surprise.
7. Lin Silje Nilson is an historian who supports establishing a sharia court in Norway for what reason?
(a) To protect minority rights.
(b) To give control to the Muslims.
(c) To protect Muslim rights.
(d) To protect the European population.
8. Most Eastern Europeans supported what?
(a) The Muslim attacks on the U.S.
(b) The United States invasion of Afghanistan.
(c) The United States invasion of Eastern Europe.
(d) The Western European views.
9. The similarities between Norwegians and the Dutch were ______________ their differences.
(a) The same as.
(b) Less than.
(c) Similar to.
(d) More than.
10. Ann Lindh, a Swedish minister for foreign affairs, was the forerunner for what?
(a) Supporting American ideas.
(b) Trying to enforce immigration laws.
(c) Encouraging anti-Islamic protests.
(d) Trying to start dialogue with Arab countries.
11. According to Bawer, do countries such as Norway and Sweden assist new immigrants of non-white race to integrate into communities?
(a) Yes, all the time.
(b) Yes, sometimes.
(d) Yes, usually.
12. What belief is cultivated in the Muslim culture?
(a) A desire to join European society.
(b) Europe is safe.
(c) An us versus them belief.
(d) Europe is just like America.
13. The Norwegians were heavily populated with what?
14. The United States sees immigrants as assets to be integrated into the culture. How do Europeans view immigrants?
(a) As assets to the culture.
(b) As charity cases.
(c) As a waste of time.
(d) As upstanding citizens of society.
15. On September 11th, 2001, the Narrator was in ________ and turned the TV on in time to see the second plane hit the World Trade Center.
Short Answer Questions
1. In some areas of France, why do even non-Muslim girls will wear veils?
2. Some Muslims become even _________________ once they get to Europe.
3. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
4. Western Europeans said that the Soviet Union had its merits, especially by providing what?
5. European politicians are ___________________.
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