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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Radical, fundamental Muslims are taking advantage of what?
(a) Europe's lack of organization.
(b) Europe's liberality.
(c) Europe's hatred.
(d) Europe's fear.
2. Why have Europeans not diverged from this view regarding the government?
(a) Because they view history as facts.
(b) Because they fear war.
(c) Because they know the government is very powerful.
(d) Because they view history as subjective.
3. What does the European tolerance of differences in beliefs plus the lack of help in integrating into their new home, create?
(a) A comfortable way for both Muslims and Europeans to live in peace.
(b) An environment of isolation for the Muslim community.
(c) A content, yet isolated Muslim community.
(d) A "separate but equal" state.
4. What is "honor" killing?
(a) When a person is killed for dishonoring his/her family or culture.
(b) When a person kills and is honest about this mistake.
(c) When a person kills someone who is dying.
(d) When a person offers him or herself to be sacrificed.
5. He believes many of the Arab immigrants are actually what?
(b) Islamic fundamentalists.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do Americans view history?
2. What did this leader found?
3. Europeans assumed that any immigrants would eventually "melt" into the general culture of the country in which they settle. Is this is true of fundamental Muslims?
4. Europeans believed that Bush was just using the invasions to do what?
5. What is the main problem in Western Europe?
Short Essay Questions
1. How and why has Europe come to this point regarding their immigrants?
2. How important is freedom to Americans?
3. Why is the European media so different from the media in the U.S.?
4. Do Europeans embrace each other's cultures?
5. What is Paris becoming? How does the author support this?
6. What is a cultural practice among Muslims that would be legally punished if practiced by other groups in European countries? What is Wikan's response to this?
7. Of what is Bawer convinced? Why?
8. Who is Ann Lindh? Describe her work.
9. Why do Europeans want to avoid war? How does this desire affect them?
10. What does the author learn is happening to certain writers in the Netherlands? Why is this happening?
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