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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Denmark writers' organization was about free speech, as long as it _________ the important issues in the world.
(d) Touched upon.
2. After 9/11 Muslims in ___________ applauded the attacks, celebrating in the streets and calling on a holy war of their society as well.
(c) Great Britain.
3. On ___________ terrorists attacked Madrid, Spain's capital.
(a) March 11th, 2005.
(b) March 11th, 2002.
(c) March 11th, 2003.
(d) March 11th, 2004.
4. Europe got past what fact about Arafat?
(a) He could not stop sacrificing Palestinian children and murdering Jews.
(b) He did not like Europeans.
(c) He was not a European.
(d) He supported American efforts in the Middle East.
5. 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 Spanish parliament to continue her activism.
(c) Accept a position with the British parliament to continue her activism.
(d) Accept a position with the French parliament to continue her activism.
6. He approached his people in a fashion similar to whom?
(a) President Bush.
(b) President Washington.
(c) President Clinton.
(d) President Kennedy.
7. Baum compares radical Islamists to what group of people?
(b) The Nazis.
(c) Orthodox Jews.
(d) Fundamental Christians.
8. When the European Union tried to get its constitution out, the people showed up in large numbers to do what?
(a) Question it.
(b) Support it.
(c) Understand it.
(d) Turn it down.
9. 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.
(b) King David.
10. After World War II, how did Europeans feel over what happened to the Jews?
(a) Angry and embarrassed.
(b) Guilty and shameful.
11. Anti-Americanism in Europe is so deep and intense that they often reminisce of what time?
(a) When America was a colony.
(b) When America did not exist.
(c) When America was attacked.
(d) When America was not so powerful.
12. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
(a) Affirmative action.
(b) Separate but equal.
(d) A melting pot society.
13. For what did people blame the director?
(a) Upsetting the Muslims.
(b) His own murder.
(c) His exile.
(d) Stirring up trouble.
14. Denmark had saved its Jews during WWII. Would it do that now?
(b) More than likely.
(d) Probably not.
15. One reason why Europe is so anti-American is because America is a _____________ that has succeeded against their social democracy.
(b) Conservative democracy.
(d) Liberal democracy.
Short Answer Questions
1. The German government works hard to make sure that its people never forget what?
2. Did the people want to accept the terms of the constitution?
3. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was a young Somalian woman living where?
4. These two negative factors were common in nations that had what policies?
5. The establishment's response was to do what?
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