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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Europeans compare ________________ to American democracy.
(a) Nazi Germany.
2. Europeans believed that Bush was just using the invasions to do what?
(a) Get rich.
(b) Grab oil.
(c) Fight his father's war.
(d) Get attention.
3. The United States sees immigrants as assets to be integrated into the culture. How do Europeans view immigrants?
(a) As charity cases.
(b) As upstanding citizens of society.
(c) As assets to the culture.
(d) As a waste of time.
4. Many of the Muslims, according to Bawer, are what?
5. Both individuals and governments blamed the attack on what?
(a) Muslim power.
(b) American imperialism.
(c) Muslim Extremists.
(d) Fundamental Islam.
6. What do journalists believe it is their job to do?
(a) Question the European way of life.
(b) Question those in authority.
(c) Teach people about the way that life is.
(d) Keep the citizens in the dark.
7. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
(a) Religious leaders.
(b) The leaders of Muslim countries.
(c) European leaders.
(d) Muslim communities.
8. Why are the younger Muslims an increasing challenge to French society?
(a) They are uneducated and do not speak French.
(b) They want to return to their native countries.
(c) They want to become full members of French society.
(d) They do not see themselves as being subject to French laws.
9. The narrator believes that the European attitude has created what?
(a) A culture of ideological dualism.
(b) A culture of uneducated and delusional men and women.
(c) A healthy culture.
(d) An imbalanced culture.
10. A writer named Bat Ye'Or warned that Europe was on its way to becoming what?
(a) A communist regime.
(b) An Arab colony.
(c) A democracy.
(d) A group of socialist countries.
11. She argued that if Europe continues to do what, the result will be the "preservation of the migrant's separateness, particularisms," and reason for them to maintain the legal ideals of their countries of origin?
(a) Judge others by their beliefs.
(b) Not allow Arab immigrants into their countries.
(c) Accept Arab immigrants without helping or making them integrate.
(d) Be influenced by American thinking.
12. He believes many of the Arab immigrants are actually what?
(a) Islamic fundamentalists.
13. He writes that he had never felt more ______________ and being in Europe made him see that America and Europe were the heartland of democracy and both were at war with a common enemy that threatened the West.
14. What is the only reason that America cares about the "takeover" of Europe by Islamic fundamentalists?
(a) They are of European descent.
(b) The freedom of the world is at stake.
(c) They care about Europe.
(d) The symbolic West is being threatened.
15. 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?
(a) Because of the way they dress.
(b) Because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
(c) Because they were not Muslim.
(d) Because they had encouraged the men.
Short Answer Questions
1. Western Europeans said that the Soviet Union had its merits, especially by providing what?
2. Some Muslims become even _________________ once they get to Europe.
3. When the narrator moved to Norway, he was impressed with what?
4. The similarities between Norwegians and the Dutch were ______________ their differences.
5. Muslim immigrants are usually from where, which means they are more conservative and against Western values?
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