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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Europeans have developed a deep nostalgia for the "good old days of ________________."
(a) Soviet Communism.
(c) The world being flat.
(d) Colonial America.
2. Why were the Social Democrats not protecting these people?
(a) They did not know how to protect them.
(b) It was politically incorrect to do so.
(c) They were afraid to protect them.
(d) They did not have the means of protecting them.
3. On ___________ terrorists attacked Madrid, Spain's capital.
(a) March 11th, 2003.
(b) March 11th, 2002.
(c) March 11th, 2004.
(d) March 11th, 2005.
4. Europe got past what fact about Arafat?
(a) He was not a European.
(b) He did not like Europeans.
(c) He supported American efforts in the Middle East.
(d) He could not stop sacrificing Palestinian children and murdering Jews.
5. 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).
6. 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 attacked.
(c) When America did not exist.
(d) When America was a colony.
7. 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) Force all Muslims to leave the country.
(d) Build Islamic centers.
8. _______________ was a government venture to deport radical Islamists.
(a) "Operation Sweepout."
(b) "Operation Out."
(c) "Operation Deportment."
(d) "Operation Muslim Sweep."
9. The Dutch approach to immigration and integration was what approach?
(a) "Either you're Dutch, or you're not."
(b) "If you can't follow the rules, don't live here."
(c) "Do your thing and let me do mine."
(d) "Let's work together."
10. 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) American Capitalism.
(c) Colonial Capitalism.
(d) Cowboy Capitalism.
11. Why do some of these European Muslims hate the terrorists?
(a) The terrorists defamed their religion and their culture.
(b) They are an embarrassment to Islam.
(c) They fear them.
(d) They make life difficult.
12. After World War II, how did Europeans feel over what happened to the Jews?
(b) Guilty and shameful.
(c) Angry and embarrassed.
13. Many people argue that America should just stand back and let the terrorists take over Western Europe. Why?
(a) They "need to learn a lesson."
(b) It "serves 'em right."
(c) It "is what is best."
(d) They "must do this on their own."
14. 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 ________.
15. 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?
Short Answer Questions
1. Now "they'd __________ to the very peril that would destroy them."
2. Europe needs to fight against whom?
3. For ______________ this country fought against intruders.
4. How do Muslims deal with non-Muslims?
5. Is a Jew ever seen as being a European?
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