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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the only reason that America cares about the "takeover" of Europe by Islamic fundamentalists?
(a) The freedom of the world is at stake.
(b) They care about Europe.
(c) They are of European descent.
(d) The symbolic West is being threatened.
2. One of the prime examples of Europeans "faintness of heart" when dealing with Muslim's is the story of whom?
(a) Mullah Krekar.
(b) Mullah Muhammed.
(c) Mullah Nasreddin.
(d) Mullah Ali.
3. The media in Norway, and much of Europe, is taught to do what?
(a) Question the United States.
(b) Shut out anything that is controversial to the European lifestyle.
(c) Question everything.
(d) Destroy the European lifestyle.
4. When the narrator moved to Norway, he was impressed with what?
(a) The country's nature preserves.
(b) The amount of reading that the Norwegians do on a daily basis.
(c) The educational system.
(d) The welfare system.
5. Why does the establishment allow the phenomena of wife beating, dumping, honor killing, sexual inequality, segregation and forced marriage?
(a) In order to allow religious freedoms.
(b) In order to show respect to Muslims.
(c) They do not allow it.
(d) In order to live "peacefully" in a multicultural society.
6. Why did Eastern Europeans support this?
(a) Their memories of Communism were still vivid and they understood the need to fight for freedom.
(b) They support decisions made and the ideas of Western Europe.
(c) They do not like Americans.
(d) They know they need the U.S.'s support.
7. Muslim immigrants are usually from where, which means they are more conservative and against Western values?
(a) Wealthy nations.
(b) Large cities.
(c) Poor, remote villages.
8. Bawer is convinced that what will eventually take place between Islamic fundamentalism and European liberalism?
(a) A clash.
(b) A separation.
(d) A mutual understanding.
9. When does the Dutch government begin to take these isolated incidents seriously?
(a) Before 9/11.
(b) After 9/11.
(c) After the attack on Madrid.
(d) After the attack on London.
10. What was the name of this man's autobiography?
(a) Allah, in My Own Words.
(b) My Life.
(c) In My Own Words.
(d) My Muhammad.
11. 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?
(a) No, because they still retain their restrictive ways of living.
(c) No, because they do not speak the language.
(d) No, because the do not have the money.
12. Both individuals and governments blamed the attack on what?
(a) Fundamental Islam.
(b) Muslim power.
(c) Muslim Extremists.
(d) American imperialism.
13. The similarities between Norwegians and the Dutch were ______________ their differences.
(a) Less than.
(b) More than.
(c) The same as.
(d) Similar to.
14. Why have Europeans not diverged from this view regarding the government?
(a) Because they view history as facts.
(b) Because they view history as subjective.
(c) Because they know the government is very powerful.
(d) Because they fear war.
15. What are young Islamics taught about non-Muslims?
(a) They are very intelligent.
(b) They are to be feared.
(c) They are infidels and do not deserve any respect, nor do their laws.
(d) They are the friends of Muslims.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is "honor" killing?
2. What does the European tolerance of differences in beliefs plus the lack of help in integrating into their new home, create?
3. What did this leader found?
4. Paris is becoming more of ________ city every day.
5. The United States sees immigrants as assets to be integrated into the culture. How do Europeans view immigrants?
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