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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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) An American.
(b) The Muslim.
(c) A European.
(d) A woman.
2. 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) Be influenced by American thinking.
(b) Judge others by their beliefs.
(c) Accept Arab immigrants without helping or making them integrate.
(d) Not allow Arab immigrants into their countries.
3. Why was the Lindh foundation established?
(a) To aid immigrants in adjusting to their new culture.
(b) To encourage European schools and universities to offer classes on the Arab world, culture, and languages.
(c) To support anti-Islam actions.
(d) To encourage Europeans to be open-minded about American ideals.
4. Some who are actually European born have moved back to their native countries but continue to receive what?
(a) Encouragement to return to Europe.
(b) Lessons in European culture.
(c) Letters from friends in Europe.
(d) Welfare monies.
5. Despite all of this European confederation, and EU unity, most Europeans are _____________ one another's cultures.
(a) Unsure of.
(b) Jealous of.
(c) Indifferent to.
(d) Interested in.
6. Why is the media so one-sided?
(a) Because they fear the people.
(b) Because they fear Muslim retaliation.
(c) Because they do not trust the government.
(d) Because the government funds it.
7. 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.
8. Paris is becoming more of ________ city every day.
(a) A dangerous.
(b) A Muslim.
(c) An urban.
(d) A communist.
9. What is the main problem in Western Europe?
(a) It desperately needs immigrants.
(b) It desperately needs U.S. support.
(c) It desperately needs to stop immigration.
(d) It desperately needs funding.
10. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
(a) The Muslim's.
(b) The American people's.
(d) His father's.
11. What is the only reason that America cares about the "takeover" of Europe by Islamic fundamentalists?
(a) They care about Europe.
(b) The freedom of the world is at stake.
(c) They are of European descent.
(d) The symbolic West is being threatened.
12. What are these Muslims called?
13. Radical, fundamental Muslims are taking advantage of what?
(a) Europe's lack of organization.
(b) Europe's fear.
(c) Europe's hatred.
(d) Europe's liberality.
14. 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 they had encouraged the men.
(b) Because of the way they dress.
(c) Because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
(d) Because they were not Muslim.
15. Europeans compare ________________ to American democracy.
(d) Nazi Germany.
Short Answer Questions
1. Most Eastern Europeans supported what?
2. 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.
3. In September of 2001, "non-Western immigrants" who are synonymous with Muslims committed _________ of rapes.
4. Why have Europeans not diverged from this view regarding the government?
5. The ______________________ attitude seems to Bawer to be a positive thing until he noticed the social effects of it.
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