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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. Europeans see government as what?
(a) Head of the family.
(b) The enemy.
(c) Something to be feared.
2. Bawer is convinced that what will eventually take place between Islamic fundamentalism and European liberalism?
(a) A clash.
(c) A mutual understanding.
(d) A separation.
3. When the narrator moved to Norway, he was impressed with what?
(a) The welfare system.
(b) The educational system.
(c) The amount of reading that the Norwegians do on a daily basis.
(d) The country's nature preserves.
4. Who is this Muslim leader?
(a) An Iraqi Shi'ite that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(b) An Israeli Jew that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(c) An Iraqi Kurd that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
(d) An Saudi Arabian that moved to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
5. European politicians are ___________________.
(a) Greatly respected and listened to.
(b) Greatly underappreciated.
(c) Greatly feared and respected.
(d) Often not trusted and questioned.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lin Silje Nilson is an historian who supports establishing a sharia court in Norway for what reason?
2. As the days went by, Europeans lashed out their sentiments against Americans, stating what?
3. Some who are actually European born have moved back to their native countries but continue to receive what?
4. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
5. Radical, fundamental Muslims are taking advantage of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the European view of the world?
2. 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?
3. How do most Europeans view immigrants? How does this compare to the American view of immigrants?
4. How did the narrator react to the attacks on 9/11?
5. Of what have immigrant Muslims taken advantage?
6. Describe attacks on gays by Muslims. How did the authorities respond to these attacks?
7. Of what is Bawer convinced? Why?
8. According to the author, there is a clear difference between American and European thinking. What is this difference?
9. Why do Europeans want to avoid war? How does this desire affect them?
10. What facts does the author give about rape? What is Unni Wikan's response to these rapes?
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