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Question 1: Many inhabitants were employed outside the village in the nearby ________ camps as waiters, carpenters, and foremen; others as clerks and teachers in the mandatory civil service.
Territorial Army (United Kingdom)Royal Military PoliceBritish ArmyBritish Armed Forces

Question 2: Relations picked up again during the economic boom years of full employment of ________.
Soviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 3: According to Palestinian historian ________, this was a common occurrence in Palestinian village names especially those so close to Jerusalem.
Walid Khalidi1948 Palestinian exodusMohammad Amin al-HusayniEdward Said

Question 4: A unit from the ________, the Haganah's strike force, took part in the assault using mortars.
Yitzhak RabinIrgun1948 Arab–Israeli WarPalmach

Question 5: It was depopulated after a massacre of around 107 of its residents on April 9, 1948 by paramilitaries from the ________ and Lehi groups.
Menachem BeginKing David Hotel bombingIrgunZionist political violence

Question 6: It is unknown precisely when settlement shifted to Deir Yassin, but it is known that the village was named in honor of a Sheikh Yassin whose tomb is in a ________ located just outside the village.
IslamMosqueMuslim worldMuslim history

Question 7: A year later, the Jewish neighborhood of ________ was built on Deir Yassin's land, despite scholarly protests to Ben Gurion.
Givat ShaulHar NofJerusalemMea Shearim

Question 8: ________
Transfer CommitteeList of Arab towns and villages depopulated during the 1948 Palestinian exodusDeir Yassin massacre1948 Palestinian exodus from Lydda and Ramla

Question 9: The killings at Deir Yassin are regarded as one of two pivotal events that led to the exodus of around 700,000 Palestinians from their towns and villages in 1948, along with the expulsions from ________.
Tel AvivJerusalemHaifaIsrael

Question 10: Deir Yassin (Arabic: دير ياسين‎, Dayr Yâsîn) was a Palestinian Arab village of around 600 people near ________.
IsraelJerusalemBeirutDamascus







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