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Roots of the Middle East Conflict (Grade 10)

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Roots of the Middle East Conflict

There were four reasons to support the re-establishment of Israel in 1948:
  1. Jewish connection to land, Democracy, Oil, Iron
  2. Japan, China, India, Asia
  3. Jews connection to land, Holocaust, Anti-Semitism, Zionism
Where was the nation of Israel established?
  1. Potsdam
  2. Manchuria
  3. Palestine
  4. Marne
What is Zionism?
  1. the re-establishment and the development and protection of a Jewish nation
  2. part of the Torah
  3. the day of religious observance and abstinence from work, that last from Friday evening to Saturday evening
  4. a special day
England officially supported a Jewish homeland with which of the following?
  1. The Nuremberg Laws
  2. The Balfour Declaration
  3. Zionism
  4. The Shoah
Why is conflict ongoing between most Arab states and Israel?
  1. Most Arab states are not members of the United Nations.
  2. Most Arab states have never accepted the establishment of Israel.
  3. Most Arab states object to British interference in ArabĀ­Israeli diplomacy.
An intifada is a Palestinian uprising.
  1. True
  2. False
The PLO is the acronym for The                                                                               
Who was the long-time leader of the PLO?
  1. Menachim Begin
  2. Hosnei Mubarak
  3. Anwar Sadat
  4. Yassir Arafat
Israel gained control of Gaza strip, Westbank, and Sinai Peninsula during the Six Day War of 1967
  1. True
  2. False
Which president brokered a peace agreement between Israel's Menachem Begin and Egypt's Hosni Mubarak?
  1. Ronald Reagan
  2. Jimmy Carter
  3. Bill Clinton
  4. Richard Nixon
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