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Ashworth T02 Introduction to Terrorism Lesson 4-5 Quiz Answers

Ashworth T02 Introduction to Terrorism Lesson 4-5 Quiz Answers During which period did the United States and NATO allies view the Soviet Union as the prime exporter and sponsor of modern-day terrorism? Question 1 options: a) World War II b) Korean War c) Cold War d) Russian Revolution Question 2 (2.5 points) Saved Since the events of 9/11, Russia has cracked down on: Question 2 options: a) terrorists operating in St. Petersburg. b) religious groups along the Black Sea. c) capitalist efforts to destroy the nation. d) news that is published and disseminated to the worldwide media. Question 3 (2.5 points) Saved In Sudan, the military and "evil horsemen," known as ______________ are committing genocide against the African peoples in Darfur. Question 3 options: a) Ganja b) Death Riders c) Dark Knights d) Janjaweed Question 4 (2.5 points) Saved The Jewish people who settled the region of Palestine 1200 years before the birth of Christ are also called: Question 4 options: a) Ottomans. b) Hebrews. c) Palestinians. d) Ishmaelites. Question 5 (2.5 points) Saved What was it that Karl Marx believed had to be purged from Russian society? Question 5 options: a) Capitalism b) Greed c) Poverty d) Aristocracy Question 6 (2.5 points) Saved Stalin originally studied theology, but was expelled for espousing the teachings of: Question 6 options: a) Aristotle. b) Karl Marx. c) Lenin. d) Alexander II. Question 7 (2.5 points) Saved Who was Israel's influential 11th Prime Minister and a former Army General? Question 7 options: a) Yitzhak Shamir b) Golda Meir c) Ariel Sharon d) Menachem Begin Question 8 (2.5 points) Saved What is the literal translation of the term Narodnaya Volya? Question 8 options: a) The Peoples' Power b) The Russian Will c) The People Volunteers d) The Peoples' Will Question 9 (2.5 points) Saved What is the name given to extreme left-wing radicals who favored revolution in Russia? Question 9 options: a) Red Russians b) Union of Russian Men c) Bolsheviks d) Communists Question 10 (2.5 points) Saved There are two spheres of influence in the Islam world: Sunnis and: Question 10 options: a) Hadith. b) Muslims. c) Sikhs. d) Shias. Question 11 (2.5 points) Saved ______________ have been depopulated and terrorized from their homes to make room for Jewish settlers. Question 11 options: a) Tunisians b) Palestinians c) Jordanians d) Lebanese Question 12 (2.5 points) Saved The regions of _____________ have become flash points of internal fighting between the Fatah and Hamas since the death of Yasser Arafat. Question 12 options: a) Lebanon and Syria b) Lebanon and Jordan c) Israel and Lebanon d) Gaza Strip and West Bank Question 13 (2.5 points) Saved Who was considered a terrorist by Israel and also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize? Question 13 options: a) Menachem Begin b) Yasser Arafat c) George Habash d) Wadi Haddad Question 14 (2.5 points) Saved In support of the U.S. War on Terror, Russian President Vladimir Putin took this as tacit approval to attack which breakaway state? Question 14 options: a) Ukraine b) Belarus c) Uzbekistan d) Chechnya Question 15 (2.5 points) Saved Who became the absolute ruler of the Soviet Union following the death of Lenin? Question 15 options: a) Joseph Stalin b) Maxime Gorky c) Karl Marx d) Khrushchev Question 16 (2.5 points) Saved Karl Marx believed that _____________ was/were necessary to achieve social and political changes. Question 16 options: a) peaceful demonstrations b) passive resistance c) violence and violent insurrection d) an educated working class Question 17 (2.5 points) Saved Which Russian institution became a target for Communist terror and oppression? Question 17 options: a) The aristocracy b) The secret police c) The military d) The church Question 18 (2.5 points) Saved By 2006, Russia was experiencing threats from Islamic terrorist groups located in: Question 18 options: a) Iran. b) Lebanon. c) its neighboring republics. d) Egypt. Question 19 (2.5 points) Saved What is the name given to the forced labor camps set up by the Soviet internal police for dissidents and political politicians? Question 19 options: a) Gulags b) Killing fields c) Internment camps d) Re-education camps Question 20 (2.5 points) Saved In certain circles, _______________ has/have been renamed with the "softer" term "ethnic cleaning." Question 20 options: a) homicide b) concentration camps c) genocide d) mass murder Question 21 (2.5 points) Saved Which failed nation has been committing acts of piracy on the open seas? Question 21 options: a) South Africa b) Rhodesia c) Mozambique d) Somalia Question 22 (2.5 points) Saved What is the second part of the program instituted by the Saudi government designed to change terrorists' behavior (disengage) and their beliefs (de-radicalize)? Question 22 options: a) Rehabilitation b) Counter-terrorization c) Reintegration d) Counter-insurgency Question 23 (2.5 points) Saved How many of the 9/11 suicide bombers were born in Saudi Arabia? Question 23 options: a) 12 b) 15 c) 17 d) 19 Question 24 (2.5 points) Saved Who made himself a Field Marshall and President for Life in Uganda? Question 24 options: a) Idi Amin b) Robert Mugabe c) Haile Selassie d) Milton Obote Question 25 (2.5 points) Saved What is it that governs all aspects of a Muslim's life? Question 25 options: a) The Prophet Mohammed b) Sharia Law c) Islam d) The Quran Question 26 (2.5 points) Saved Which African ruler had the title Lion of Africa? Question 26 options: a) Mengistu Haile-Mariam b) Idi Amin c) Haile Selassie d) Robert Mugabe Question 27 (2.5 points) Saved Which dictator authorized the gas attack that killed many Iraqi Kurds? Question 27 options: a) Saddam Hussein b) Shaw of Iran c) Yasser Arafat d) Abdul Aziz al-Saud Question 28 (2.5 points) Saved _________________ grew in Saudi Arabia due to the presence of the U.S. in Iraq. Question 28 options: a) Allegiance to the U.S. b) Christian forces c) Anti-Western sentiment d) Shia terrorist activity Question 29 (2.5 points) Saved What was it that the Saudi King Fahad allowed into the kingdom in January 1990? Question 29 options: a) Kuwaiti troops b) Iraqi troops c) Weapons of Mass Destruction d) U.S. troops Question 30 (2.5 points) Saved The segregation along racial lines that took root in South Africa is known as apartheid. The country garnered the disapproval of the international community in 1960 when: Question 30 options: a) blacks were gunned down for refusing to carry government-issued IDs. b) Nelson Mandela was elected president. c) blacks were rounded up and summarily deported to neighboring Botswana. d) Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Question 31 (2.5 points) Saved Hate propaganda, genocide, civil war, refugee flight, and unimaginable atrocities describe Rwanda following clashes between the Hutus and Tutsis. The country of _____________ originally instigated the unrest by creating a class structure between the two tribes. Question 31 options: a) Norway b) Belgium c) United States d) The Netherlands Question 32 (2.5 points) Saved Saudi security forces have been largely unsuccessful in apprehending operatives of which group? Question 32 options: a) Boko Haram b) ISIS c) Taliban d) al-Qaeda Question 33 (2.5 points) Saved What is the name given to Islamic laws and codes practiced in many Muslim countries? Question 33 options: a) Sharia b) Jihad c) Hadith d) Quran Question 34 (2.5 points) Saved This African country is known for its Internet scams. It has experienced government squandering and corruption for decades. Its Muslim regions have turned to ruling it by Sharia law. Question 34 options: a) Rwanda b) Nigeria c) South Africa d) Zaire Question 35 (2.5 points) Saved In ___________, the Hutus and Tutsis, two tribes who had lived peacefully for years clashed in 1994, resulting in the genocide of the Tutsis. Question 35 options: a) Kenya b) Rwanda c) Sudan d) Congo Question 36 (2.5 points) Saved What had, for a long time, been expressly forbidden by Islam? Question 36 options: a) Killing of innocents b) Killing of political rulers c) Suicide bombings d) Killing of children Question 37 (2.5 points) Saved What is the term or designation for the religious movement within Islam founded by Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (1703-1792)? Question 37 options: a) Sufism b) Sunni c) Shia d) Wahhabism Question 38 (2.5 points) Saved About _______ percent of the Saudi population is estimated to support al Qaeda. Question 38 options: a) 10 b) 30 c) 50 d) 75 Question 39 (2.5 points) Saved The Bakassi Boys are a group operating in Nigeria. One could best describe them as _________ given their unique method of delivering "justice." Question 39 options: a) revolutionaries b) con artists c) terrorists d) vigilantes Question 40 (2.5 points) Saved While this African country has not experienced the terrorist activities of its neighbors, its embassy was bombed at the hands of al-Qaeda. Question 40 options: a) Somalia b) Uganda c) Kenya d) Zambia

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