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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. European authorities believe that when a Muslim attacks a Jewish person, it is because of what reason?
(a) Deep-rooted anger at Israel and it is completely understandable.
(b) The Jewish person was taunting the Muslim person.
(c) The Jewish person did something wrong.
(d) The Muslim person is insane.
2. Baum compares radical Islamists to what group of people?
(a) The Nazis.
(c) Fundamental Christians.
(d) Orthodox Jews.
3. These two negative factors were common in nations that had what policies?
4. Brix and Hedegaard wrote a book titled what?
(a) In the House of the Devil: Islam's Colonization of the West.
(b) In the House of Allah: Islam's Colonization of the West.
(c) In the House of War: Islam's Colonization of the West.
(d) In the House of Allah: Islam's War Against the West.
5. Does it still matter who is, and who is not, a Jew in Europe?
Short Answer Questions
1. Countries that have adopted the liberal democracy, like Britain and Ireland, have _____________.
2. The American style economy is a danger to them because of what reason?
3. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was a young Somalian woman living where?
4. After 9/11 Muslims in ___________ applauded the attacks, celebrating in the streets and calling on a holy war of their society as well.
5. 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?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why might it be a problem if Europe wanted to switch to an American style economy?
2. What does the author say about the German government? What is Baum's response to this?
3. What is one reason given by the author for why Europe is so anti America?
4. What was the major trend in Europe?
5. What happened to Van Gogh? How did others react to this?
6. What happened to London? What was Prime Minister Tony Blair's response? How was Europe affected by this?
7. How do Western European nations feel about helping the poor?
8. How does the author end the book?
9. What did Denmark do for its Jews during World War II?
10. Why did Baum want to keep up with Dutch issues?
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