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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Hirsi want to do?
(a) Encourage others to understand the Islamic faith.
(b) Curb immigration, stop the Islamic schools, and work harder to protect women's lives.
(c) Build Islamic centers.
(d) Force all Muslims to leave the country.
2. European authorities believe that when a Muslim attacks a Jewish person, it is because of what reason?
(a) Deep-rooted anger at Israel and it is completely understandable.
(b) The Muslim person is insane.
(c) The Jewish person was taunting the Muslim person.
(d) The Jewish person did something wrong.
3. During the first uprising in 1983 between Israel and Palestine, the Jews were portrayed as _________________.
(a) The David against an American Goliath.
(b) The David against a Palestinian Goliath.
(c) The Goliath against a European David.
(d) The Goliath against a Palestinian David.
4. 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) Immigrate into the country.
(d) Practice Islam.
5. Why did the Netherlands not protect their Jews and their belongings?
(a) They did not realize the seriousness of the situation.
(b) It is hard for a Dutch person to accept another non-ethnic Dutch native, as a Dutch.
(c) They could not afford to protect them.
(d) They thought they could protect themselves.
6. Weeks after the film debut, what happened to its director?
(a) He was threatened.
(b) He was exiled.
(c) He was butchered on an Amsterdam street.
(d) He moved to the U.S. fearing for his life.
7. There is also a common passivity among those that witness what attacks on Jews?
8. He also believes that America's readiness to do what makes it the biggest threat to world peace and the most dangerous terrorist?
(a) Ignore problems.
(b) Blame others.
(c) Fight against tyranny.
(d) Make peace with the Arab world.
9. Why did he keep up with these issues?
(a) He was originally from this country.
(b) Most of the Muslim immigrant population lived in this country.
(c) He believed that integration issues would take a turning point there before any other place.
(d) He saw them as the leaders in reform.
10. Baum compares radical Islamists to what group of people?
(b) Fundamental Christians.
(c) The Nazis.
(d) Orthodox Jews.
11. Anti-Americanism in Europe is so deep and intense that they often reminisce of what time?
(a) When America was not so powerful.
(b) When America was a colony.
(c) When America was attacked.
(d) When America did not exist.
12. For what did people blame the director?
(a) Upsetting the Muslims.
(b) His own murder.
(c) His exile.
(d) Stirring up trouble.
13. _______________ was a government venture to deport radical Islamists.
(a) "Operation Sweepout."
(b) "Operation Out."
(c) "Operation Deportment."
(d) "Operation Muslim Sweep."
14. Europeans remain convinced that the Jews are the __________ that needed to be stopped.
(b) New Nazis.
15. A Muslim assailant in Paris stabbed a Jewish boy to death yelling, "God is great." What did the Paris officials do?
(a) They arrested and tried the Muslim.
(b) They did not punish the man.
(c) They sent the Muslim back to his native country.
(d) They put the Muslim to death.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Europeans want?
2. He approached his people in a fashion similar to whom?
3. Why were the Social Democrats not protecting these people?
4. Many children endure what abuse in school?
5. According to the author, European countries are using the Muslims to do what?
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