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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 ________.
2. The Social Democrats had gained control of Denmark and Prime Minister _________________ promised he would change immigration policies and invest in a solid integration packet.
(a) Johann Friedrich Struensee.
(b) Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
(c) Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
(d) Conrad von Reventlow.
3. These two negative factors were common in nations that had what policies?
4. 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 Dutch 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 British Muslim women.
(d) A think tank position to research the lives of French Muslim women.
5. The establishment's response was to do what?
(a) Rewrite the constitution.
(b) Continue trying with the constitution.
(c) Forget the constitution.
(d) Rework the terms of the constitution.
6. Is a Jew ever seen as being a European?
7. Olaf Gersemann, a German writer, tried to break the stereotypes that Europeans have towards Americans by writing a book called what?
(a) United Capitalism.
(b) Colonial Capitalism.
(c) Cowboy Capitalism.
(d) American Capitalism.
8. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
(a) Affirmative action.
(b) Separate but equal.
(c) A melting pot society.
9. Europeans remain convinced that the Jews are the __________ that needed to be stopped.
(a) New Nazis.
10. 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) Turn it down.
(d) Understand it.
11. Prime Minister __________ had had enough.
(a) Dag Terje Andersen.
(b) Nicolas Sarkozy.
(c) Niceto Alcalá-Zamora.
(d) Tony Blair.
12. Denmark had saved its Jews during WWII. Would it do that now?
(c) Probably not.
(d) More than likely.
13. Now "they'd __________ to the very peril that would destroy them."
(a) Feared it.
(b) Turned a blind eye.
(c) Fought it.
(d) Stopped it.
14. What did Hirsi want to do?
(a) Force all Muslims to leave the country.
(b) Encourage others to understand the Islamic faith.
(c) Build Islamic centers.
(d) Curb immigration, stop the Islamic schools, and work harder to protect women's lives.
15. After World War II, how did Europeans feel over what happened to the Jews?
(a) Guilty and shameful.
(d) Angry and embarrassed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why were the Social Democrats not protecting these people?
2. 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.
3. Many people argue that America should just stand back and let the terrorists take over Western Europe. Why?
4. Who were the weakest people in the Netherlands?
5. A Muslim assailant in Paris stabbed a Jewish boy to death yelling, "God is great." What did the Paris officials do?
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