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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Denmark had saved its Jews during WWII. Would it do that now?
(b) More than likely.
(d) Probably not.
2. Many children endure what abuse in school?
3. This Prime Minister prohibited people from importing spouses, and people could not marry until they were at least _________, which gave women more chance to mature and choose their own destiny (at least this was the theory).
4. He disproved myth after myth and showed that Europe's high-tax society was _______________ the American liberal democracy.
(a) The same as.
(b) Superior to.
(c) Not superior to.
(d) Similar to.
5. Why do some of these European Muslims hate the terrorists?
(a) The terrorists defamed their religion and their culture.
(b) They make life difficult.
(c) They are an embarrassment to Islam.
(d) They fear them.
6. ____________ is the prime example of what is happening to the west.
(a) The Netherlands.
(b) Great Britain.
7. Some nations, like ____________, embraced their Jews during the second World War, and stood up against the German Army who tried beating down doors to get their hands on the Jews.
8. The Danes were taking steps in the right direction, but its media and educated members of society were still big on what?
(a) Supporting the U.S.
(b) Protecting their Jews.
(c) Telling the truth about terrorism.
(d) Censorship and walking the line of political correctness.
9. On ___________ terrorists attacked Madrid, Spain's capital.
(a) March 11th, 2004.
(b) March 11th, 2002.
(c) March 11th, 2003.
(d) March 11th, 2005.
10. A week after the elections in Spain, Israel assassinated Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who was the founder of the terrorist group _________.
(a) Al Qaeda.
(b) Armed Islamic Group.
(d) National Liberation Army.
11. Britain Home Secretary David Plunkett proposed a bill that would make it illegal to do what?
(a) Bother Muslims.
(b) Stir up religious hatred.
(c) Practice Islam.
(d) Immigrate into the country.
12. Pim Fortuyn, born in 1948, was the leader of what movement in Europe?
(a) The anti-Islamization.
(b) The anti-American.
(c) The pro-Israeli.
(d) The pro-Islamization.
13. Olaf Gersemann, a German writer, tried to break the stereotypes that Europeans have towards Americans by writing a book called what?
(a) American Capitalism.
(b) Cowboy Capitalism.
(c) Colonial Capitalism.
(d) United Capitalism.
14. For what did people blame the director?
(a) Stirring up trouble.
(b) His own murder.
(c) His exile.
(d) Upsetting the Muslims.
15. Europeans have developed a deep nostalgia for the "good old days of ________________."
(a) Colonial America.
(c) The world being flat.
(d) Soviet Communism.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Denmark writers' organization was about free speech, as long as it _________ the important issues in the world.
2. After World War II, how did Europeans feel over what happened to the Jews?
3. Why were the Social Democrats not protecting these people?
4. The officials make it sound like the abuse and prejudice goes both ways, that the Jews do the same to the Muslims. Is this true?
5. How do Muslims deal with non-Muslims?
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