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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The media in Norway, and much of Europe, is taught to do what?
(a) Shut out anything that is controversial to the European lifestyle.
(b) Question everything.
(c) Destroy the European lifestyle.
(d) Question the United States.
2. The similarities between Norwegians and the Dutch were ______________ their differences.
(a) More than.
(b) Less than.
(c) Similar to.
(d) The same as.
3. Muslim identity to a European is what?
(a) A set of beliefs about living and dying that go against Western ideals.
(b) Their skin color, their food, and language.
(c) Their faith.
(d) The head scarf.
4. 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) Accept Arab immigrants without helping or making them integrate.
(c) Not allow Arab immigrants into their countries.
(d) Be influenced by American thinking.
5. In September of 2001, "non-Western immigrants" who are synonymous with Muslims committed _________ of rapes.
6. Europeans believed that Bush was just using the invasions to do what?
(a) Grab oil.
(b) Get attention.
(c) Get rich.
(d) Fight his father's war.
7. Despite all of this European confederation, and EU unity, most Europeans are _____________ one another's cultures.
(a) Unsure of.
(b) Jealous of.
(c) Interested in.
(d) Indifferent to.
8. 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.
9. He believes many of the Arab immigrants are actually what?
(d) Islamic fundamentalists.
10. Most Eastern Europeans supported what?
(a) The Muslim attacks on the U.S.
(b) The Western European views.
(c) The United States invasion of Eastern Europe.
(d) The United States invasion of Afghanistan.
11. Ann Lindh, a Swedish minister for foreign affairs, was the forerunner for what?
(a) Supporting American ideas.
(b) Trying to enforce immigration laws.
(c) Trying to start dialogue with Arab countries.
(d) Encouraging anti-Islamic protests.
12. Western Europeans said that the Soviet Union had its merits, especially by providing what?
(a) Financial support.
(b) A good example of Communism.
(c) A balance of power against the U.S.
(d) Support for all things European.
13. Those Muslims who live in Europe are constantly augmented by new immigrants from Arab countries, who re-infuse what?
(a) Distrust in strict Islamci beliefs.
(b) Enthusiasm for European ideals.
(c) Enthusiasm for strict Islamic beliefs.
(d) Enthusiams for European pop culture.
14. Bawer searched for information about the Islamists in the Netherlands, and found mostly what?
(a) Praise about the compatibility of the two cultures living side by side.
(b) Problems with the two cultures living side by side.
(c) Instructions on how these two cultures can live side by side.
(d) Fear about the two cultures living side by side.
15. Both individuals and governments blamed the attack on what?
(a) American imperialism.
(b) Muslim power.
(c) Muslim Extremists.
(d) Fundamental Islam.
Short Answer Questions
1. A writer named Bat Ye'Or warned that Europe was on its way to becoming what?
2. One of the prime examples of Europeans "faintness of heart" when dealing with Muslim's is the story of whom?
3. To what will France have to succumb?
4. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
5. What do journalists believe it is their job to do?
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