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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are young Islamics taught about non-Muslims?
(a) They are very intelligent.
(b) They are to be feared.
(c) They are the friends of Muslims.
(d) They are infidels and do not deserve any respect, nor do their laws.
2. What was the name of this man's autobiography?
(a) My Life.
(b) My Muhammad.
(c) Allah, in My Own Words.
(d) In My Own Words.
3. Why does the establishment allow the phenomena of wife beating, dumping, honor killing, sexual inequality, segregation and forced marriage?
(a) In order to show respect to Muslims.
(b) In order to allow religious freedoms.
(c) In order to live "peacefully" in a multicultural society.
(d) They do not allow it.
4. Europeans believed that Bush was just using the invasions to do what?
(a) Get rich.
(b) Get attention.
(c) Grab oil.
(d) Fight his father's war.
5. What is the main problem in Western Europe?
(a) It desperately needs U.S. support.
(b) It desperately needs funding.
(c) It desperately needs to stop immigration.
(d) It desperately needs immigrants.
6. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
(b) The Muslim's.
(c) The American people's.
(d) His father's.
7. Europeans want to ignore __________ to prevent war.
(a) Common sense.
(b) Their leaders.
8. What is "honor" killing?
(a) When a person kills someone who is dying.
(b) When a person offers him or herself to be sacrificed.
(c) When a person is killed for dishonoring his/her family or culture.
(d) When a person kills and is honest about this mistake.
9. In September of 2001, "non-Western immigrants" who are synonymous with Muslims committed _________ of rapes.
10. 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) Understanding how the Muslims could have been responsible for the 9/11 tragedies.
(b) Having any sympathy for the 9/11 tragedies.
(c) Responding to the 9/11 tragedies.
(d) Protecting their own cities from the Muslims.
11. Bawer is convinced that what will eventually take place between Islamic fundamentalism and European liberalism?
(b) A separation.
(c) A clash.
(d) A mutual understanding.
12. As the days went by, Europeans lashed out their sentiments against Americans, stating what?
(a) They attacked themselves.
(b) They attacked the Muslims.
(c) They deserved the attacks.
(d) They had brought the attacks upon themselves.
13. What did this leader found?
(a) The Islamic Vision.
(b) The Islamic Law.
(d) The Jewish Vision.
14. Large-scale migration to Europe started around ________ years ago and the European establishment has since "encouraged a romantic view of Muslim immigrants," stating that they are victims and that criticizing them is racist.
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 had encouraged the men.
(d) Because they were not Muslim.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what are these Muslims leaders?
2. The narrator believes that the European attitude has created what?
3. European politicians are ___________________.
4. How many of the 5 million Muslims in France reside in Paris?
5. According to the author, the ____________, Europe's version of the sixties generation shaped the political correctness that is the establishment today.
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