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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. Denmark had saved its Jews during WWII. Would it do that now?
(a) Probably not.
(b) More than likely.
2. What did Europeans want?
(a) To force the Muslims out.
(b) Change and freedom.
(c) Keep things as they were.
(d) To ignore their problems.
3. One reason why Europe is so anti-American is because America is a _____________ that has succeeded against their social democracy.
(b) Conservative democracy.
(d) Liberal democracy.
4. 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).
5. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. Even after September 11th, Europe continued to believe what?
2. European Muslims, the ones who were against terrorism, had to do what in order to help?
3. Brix and Hedegaard wrote a book titled what?
4. She wrote a film called _____________.
5. There is also a common passivity among those that witness what attacks on Jews?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Johan Galtung? What are Galtung's beliefs?
2. What happened to London? What was Prime Minister Tony Blair's response? How was Europe affected by this?
3. What did Hirsi write? Describe this.
4. Who was Pim Fortuyn? What were his beliefs?
5. Why did the Netherlands not protect their Jews?
6. What was the major trend in Europe?
7. What did Denmark do for its Jews during World War II?
8. What did Hirsi want to do for Muslims?
9. What did Europe think of Arafat?
10. What do many European authorities believe about Muslim attacks on Jews?
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