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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Brix and Hedegaard wrote a book titled what?
(a) In the House of Allah: Islam's Colonization of the West.
(b) In the House of the Devil: Islam's Colonization of the West.
(c) In the House of Allah: Islam's War Against the West.
(d) In the House of War: Islam's Colonization of the West.
2. How do Muslims deal with non-Muslims?
(a) They fear them.
(b) They ostracize non-Muslims and call them infidels.
(c) They worship them.
(d) They ignore them.
3. Why did the Netherlands not protect their Jews and their belongings?
(a) It is hard for a Dutch person to accept another non-ethnic Dutch native, as a Dutch.
(b) They thought they could protect themselves.
(c) They could not afford to protect them.
(d) They did not realize the seriousness of the situation.
4. What happened to Pim?
(a) He became the leader of Israel.
(b) He was assassinated for his views.
(c) He died from a heart attack.
(d) He ran in the Presidential election in France.
5. Pim Fortuyn, born in 1948, was the leader of what movement in Europe?
(a) The pro-Israeli.
(b) The anti-American.
(c) The anti-Islamization.
(d) The pro-Islamization.
6. It did _______ to change the cultural practices of the Muslims.
7. European authorities believe that when a Muslim attacks a Jewish person, it is because of what reason?
(a) The Muslim person is insane.
(b) Deep-rooted anger at Israel and it is completely understandable.
(c) The Jewish person did something wrong.
(d) The Jewish person was taunting the Muslim person.
8. After death threats, Hirsi moved to the U.S. for a few years but returned to Europe to do what?
(a) Accept a position with the Dutch parliament to continue her activism.
(b) Accept a position with the British parliament to continue her activism.
(c) Accept a position with the French parliament to continue her activism.
(d) Accept a position with the Spanish parliament to continue her activism.
9. 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.
10. On ___________ terrorists attacked Madrid, Spain's capital.
(a) March 11th, 2004.
(b) March 11th, 2005.
(c) March 11th, 2003.
(d) March 11th, 2002.
11. They worked hard to protect their country from the sea with what?
(a) Nets and walls.
(b) Dykes and dams.
(c) Walls and dams.
(d) Dykes and walls.
12. Johan Galtung is a Scandinavian man and known as the "______________ of the international peace studies movement."
13. Despite the fact that the German economy was growing, what was rising?
(a) Low population growth and high unemployment.
(b) Low population growth and high employment.
(c) Population growth and high unemployment.
(d) Population growth and high employment.
14. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was a young Somalian woman living where?
(d) The Netherlands.
15. Denmark had saved its Jews during WWII. Would it do that now?
(b) More than likely.
(c) Probably not.
Short Answer Questions
1. Europe got past what fact about Arafat?
2. 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?
3. There is also a common passivity among those that witness what attacks on Jews?
4. The Social Democrats had gained control of Denmark and Prime Minister _________________ promised he would change immigration policies and invest in a solid integration packet.
5. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
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