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Black September (group): Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Recruits from the ________, as-Sa'iqa, and other groups also joined.
FatahPopular Front for the Liberation of PalestineHamasFatah–Hamas conflict

Question 2: The BSO began as a small cell of ________ men determined to take revenge upon King Hussein and the Jordanian army.
HamasPalestine Liberation OrganizationFatahSecond Intifada

Question 3: Operating without a central leadership (see ________), it was a "true collegial direction" (ibid).
Earth Liberation FrontRadical environmentalismLeaderless resistanceAnimal Rights Militia

Question 4: It became notorious for the kidnap and murder of eleven Israeli athletes and officials, and the murder of a German policeman, during the ________ in Munich.
Australia at the 1972 Summer OlympicsNew Zealand at the 1972 Summer Olympics1972 Summer OlympicsPoland at the 1972 Summer Olympics

Question 5: By 1979, during what became known as ________, at least one Mossad unit had assassinated eight PLO members.
Yom Kippur WarPalestine Liberation OrganizationOperation Wrath of GodMunich massacre

Question 6: State Department seemed to confirm that ________ was Black September's parent organization.
Second IntifadaFatahPalestine Liberation OrganizationHamas

Question 7: Black September's official name for the operation was "Ikrit and Biram", after the names of two Christian Palestinian villages whose residents had been killed or expelled by the Hagannah in ________.
1948197019802004

Question 8: As a result of pressure from militants, writes Morris, a Fatah congress in ________ in August–September 1971 agreed to establish Black September.
AmmanSyriaJerusalemDamascus

Question 9: Cooley writes that many of the cells in ________ and around the world were made up of Palestinians and other Arabs who had lived in their countries of residence as students, teachers, businessmen, and diplomats for many years.
Eastern EuropeBalkansEuropeWestern Europe

Question 10: The group's most infamous operation was the killing of 11 Israeli athletes, nine of whom were first taken hostage, and the killing of a German police officer, during the ________ in Munich.
1972 Summer OlympicsNew Zealand at the 1972 Summer OlympicsAustralia at the 1972 Summer OlympicsPoland at the 1972 Summer Olympics
















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