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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Europeans remain convinced that the Jews are the __________ that needed to be stopped.
(c) New Nazis.
2. Olaf Gersemann, a German writer, tried to break the stereotypes that Europeans have towards Americans by writing a book called what?
(a) Cowboy Capitalism.
(b) United Capitalism.
(c) Colonial Capitalism.
(d) American Capitalism.
3. Western European nations believe that the best way to help the poor is by doing what?
(a) Trading with poor nations.
(b) Praying for them.
(c) Letting them immigrate to Europe.
(d) Pouring in aid into their countries.
4. 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.
5. When the European Union tried to get its constitution out, the people showed up in large numbers to do what?
(a) Understand it.
(b) Turn it down.
(c) Question it.
(d) Support it.
6. For years Europeans thought that the attacks on the World Trade Center had nothing to do with them. What did the attack on Spain do?
(a) It reinforced this idea.
(b) It did nothing.
(c) It created this idea.
(d) It began to change that idea.
7. Weeks after the film debut, what happened to its director?
(a) He was butchered on an Amsterdam street.
(b) He moved to the U.S. fearing for his life.
(c) He was threatened.
(d) He was exiled.
8. Two journalists who fought against the norm, Helle Merete Brix and Lars Hedegaard, were condoned for the freedom they took to write about Islam by the Danish chapter of ________.
9. While the media and the establishment condemned the action, many Europeans, including more than ________ percent of Norwegians supported it showing that the common people wanted to preserve their liberty and have their voices heard.
10. During the first uprising in 1983 between Israel and Palestine, the Jews were portrayed as _________________.
(a) The Goliath against a Palestinian David.
(b) The David against an American Goliath.
(c) The Goliath against a European David.
(d) The David against a Palestinian Goliath.
11. Pim Fortuyn, born in 1948, was the leader of what movement in Europe?
(a) The pro-Israeli.
(b) The anti-American.
(c) The pro-Islamization.
(d) The anti-Islamization.
12. What system does this country have that is impeccable?
(a) Governmental system.
(b) Welfare system.
(c) Education system.
(d) Military system.
13. She wrote a film called _____________.
(d) Being Muslim.
14. Europe treated Arafat, Palestine's most beloved leader, as a second _________, despite all of the hate that he preached and all of his people that he impoverished while accepting European aid.
(c) King David.
15. Prime Minister __________ had had enough.
(a) Dag Terje Andersen.
(b) Niceto Alcalá-Zamora.
(c) Nicolas Sarkozy.
(d) Tony Blair.
Short Answer Questions
1. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was a young Somalian woman living where?
2. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
3. After 9/11 Muslims in ___________ applauded the attacks, celebrating in the streets and calling on a holy war of their society as well.
4. She worked closely with _____________ who directed the film and Submission aired on Dutch TV.
5. Baum compares radical Islamists to what group of people?
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