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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. _______________ was a government venture to deport radical Islamists.
(a) "Operation Sweepout."
(b) "Operation Deportment."
(c) "Operation Muslim Sweep."
(d) "Operation Out."
2. He approached his people in a fashion similar to whom?
(a) President Washington.
(b) President Kennedy.
(c) President Clinton.
(d) President Bush.
3. Now "they'd __________ to the very peril that would destroy them."
(a) Fought it.
(b) Stopped it.
(c) Feared it.
(d) Turned a blind eye.
4. Prime Minister __________ had had enough.
(a) Nicolas Sarkozy.
(b) Niceto Alcalá-Zamora.
(c) Tony Blair.
(d) Dag Terje Andersen.
5. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
(b) A melting pot society.
(c) Affirmative action.
(d) Separate but equal.
6. He disproved myth after myth and showed that Europe's high-tax society was _______________ the American liberal democracy.
(a) Superior to.
(b) The same as.
(c) Not superior to.
(d) Similar to.
7. Europe got past what fact about Arafat?
(a) He could not stop sacrificing Palestinian children and murdering Jews.
(b) He supported American efforts in the Middle East.
(c) He was not a European.
(d) He did not like Europeans.
8. 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).
9. The establishment's response was to do what?
(a) Continue trying with the constitution.
(b) Rework the terms of the constitution.
(c) Rewrite the constitution.
(d) Forget the constitution.
10. Countries that have adopted the liberal democracy, like Britain and Ireland, have _____________.
(c) Improved a little.
(d) Stayed the same.
11. Johan Galtung is a Scandinavian man and known as the "______________ of the international peace studies movement."
12. The Danes were taking steps in the right direction, but its media and educated members of society were still big on what?
(a) Protecting their Jews.
(b) Telling the truth about terrorism.
(c) Censorship and walking the line of political correctness.
(d) Supporting the U.S.
13. Hirsi gradually turned away from her Islamic views and was hired by the Labor Party for what?
(a) A think tank position to research the lives of British Muslim women.
(b) A think tank position to research the lives of Spanish Muslim women.
(c) A think tank position to research the lives of Dutch Muslim women.
(d) A think tank position to research the lives of French Muslim women.
14. For what did people blame the director?
(a) His exile.
(b) Upsetting the Muslims.
(c) Stirring up trouble.
(d) His own murder.
15. Anti-Americanism in Europe is so deep and intense that they often reminisce of what time?
(a) When America was attacked.
(b) When America was not so powerful.
(c) When America did not exist.
(d) When America was a colony.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to Pim?
2. Germany began to prohibit what?
3. It did _______ to change the cultural practices of the Muslims.
4. Does it still matter who is, and who is not, a Jew in Europe?
5. A week after the elections in Spain, Israel assassinated Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who was the founder of the terrorist group _________.
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