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British Arabs: Quiz


Question 1: British Arabs are people in the United Kingdom who were born in or have ancestry from the ________.
AlgeriaSomaliaArab WorldSyria

Question 2: [6] The main source countries, in descending order, are Iraq, Morocco, Lebanon, ________, Yemen and Syria.

Question 3: [5] The majority originate in ________, Yemen and Lebanon.

Question 4: Between 1997 and 2005, over 63,560 people from Arab countries, mainly Iraq and Algeria, with smaller numbers from Sudan, ________, Syria, and Yemen, claimed asylum in Britain.

Question 5: Unlike Black British or ________, the term is not one of those employed in government ethnicity categorisations used in the census and for national statistics.
British AsianBritish Indo-Caribbean communityBritish PakistanisBritish Indian

Question 6: Following the ________, more Yemenis arrived in Britain to work in the steel mills and factories in cities like Sheffield, and many of these were joined by families.
Second Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

Question 7: While 9.5 percent of Londoners over the age of 16 are students, 32 percent of ________, 40 percent of Omanis, and 50 percent of Saudis in London.
Saudi ArabiaQatarKuwaitUnited Arab Emirates

Question 8: The first Arabs to settle in Britain in sizeable numbers were Yemeni seafarers, reflecting the close political and economic ties that the British had developed with the Yemeni port of ________ in the 19th century.
South YemenCairoAdenAden Protectorate

Question 9: Most Arabs live in the ________ area, and many are either businesspeople, recent immigrants or students.
South East EnglandNorth West EnglandGreater LondonEngland


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