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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does the Dutch government begin to take these isolated incidents seriously?
(a) After the attack on London.
(b) After 9/11.
(c) Before 9/11.
(d) After the attack on Madrid.
2. A writer named Bat Ye'Or warned that Europe was on its way to becoming what?
(a) A group of socialist countries.
(b) An Arab colony.
(c) A democracy.
(d) A communist regime.
3. 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) Destroy the European lifestyle.
(c) Question the United States.
(d) Question everything.
4. 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 the do not have the money.
(b) No, because they still retain their restrictive ways of living.
(c) No, because they do not speak the language.
5. Who is this Muslim leader?
(a) An Iraqi Kurd that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(b) An Saudi Arabian that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(c) An Israeli Jew that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(d) An Iraqi Shi'ite that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
6. 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) Protecting their own cities from the Muslims.
(d) Responding to the 9/11 tragedies.
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. When the narrator moved to Norway, he was impressed with what?
(a) The welfare system.
(b) The country's nature preserves.
(c) The educational system.
(d) The amount of reading that the Norwegians do on a daily basis.
9. If a job opens up for a doctor or an educator, and a Muslim is exceedingly more qualified than ten of his or her European colleagues, the job will more likely go to whom?
(a) A woman.
(b) The Muslim.
(c) A European.
(d) An American.
10. 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.
11. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
(a) His father's.
(b) The American people's.
(c) The Muslim's.
12. Why are the younger Muslims an increasing challenge to French society?
(a) They are uneducated and do not speak French.
(b) They do not see themselves as being subject to French laws.
(c) They want to return to their native countries.
(d) They want to become full members of French society.
13. For what do both the Dutch and Norwegians have a need?
(d) Political correctness.
14. 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.
15. Lin Silje Nilson is an historian who supports establishing a sharia court in Norway for what reason?
(a) To protect Muslim rights.
(b) To protect minority rights.
(c) To protect the European population.
(d) To give control to the Muslims.
Short Answer Questions
1. Europeans see government as what?
2. European politicians are ___________________.
3. Some believe France will be the first Western European nation that will reach what?
4. 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.
5. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
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