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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. 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.
(c) King David.
2. _______________ was a government venture to deport radical Islamists.
(a) "Operation Sweepout."
(b) "Operation Deportment."
(c) "Operation Muslim Sweep."
(d) "Operation Out."
3. For years Europeans thought that the attacks on the World Trade Center had nothing to do with them. What did the attack on Spain do?
(a) It began to change that idea.
(b) It reinforced this idea.
(c) It created this idea.
(d) It did nothing.
4. Some nations, like ____________, embraced their Jews during the second World War, and stood up against the German Army who tried beating down doors to get their hands on the Jews.
5. Europeans have developed a deep nostalgia for the "good old days of ________________."
(a) Soviet Communism.
(b) Colonial America.
(d) The world being flat.
Short Answer Questions
1. Johan Galtung is a Scandinavian man and known as the "______________ of the international peace studies movement."
2. After death threats, Hirsi moved to the U.S. for a few years but returned to Europe to do what?
3. Why were the Social Democrats not protecting these people?
4. He approached his people in a fashion similar to whom?
5. Weeks after the film debut, what happened to its director?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author end the book?
2. Why does the author believe the U.S. will support Western Europe in protecting its freedom?
3. Why did Baum want to keep up with Dutch issues?
4. What happened to London? What was Prime Minister Tony Blair's response? How was Europe affected by this?
5. What did Denmark do for its Jews during World War II?
6. What happened in Denmark after the 9/11 attacks? How did the Prime Minister deal with this?
7. What happened in Madrid? How did people react to this?
8. What proof does the author give that anti-Semitism in France is spreading like an epidemic?
9. How do Western European nations feel about helping the poor?
10. Who fought the norm in Denmark? What were the results of their actions?
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