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Question 1: These include such organisations as the Orange Order, which originated in Ireland, the Knights of Pythias, or the ________.
Odd Fellows Building and AuditoriumFranklin D. RooseveltIndependent Order of Odd FellowsOdd Fellows Hall

Question 2: Unlike its predecessor, it did not explicitly name Masonic orders among the ________ it condemns.
National Security AgencyConspiracy theorySecret societyNew World Order (conspiracy theory)

Question 3: Many Islamic anti-Masonic arguments are closely tied to both ________ and Anti-Zionism, though other criticisms are made such as linking Freemasonry to Dajjal.
Racial antisemitismThe HolocaustAntisemitismJews

Question 4: In English-speaking countries, this is frequently the ________ or another standard translation; there is no such thing as an exclusive "Masonic Bible".
English translations of the BibleDouay-Rheims BibleGeneva BibleAuthorized King James Version

Question 5: While Freemasonry has often been called a "________", Freemasons themselves argue that it is more correct to say that it is an esoteric society, in that certain aspects are private.
National Security AgencyConspiracy theoryNew World Order (conspiracy theory)Secret society

Question 6: When the UGLE was formed in 1813, all U.S.-based Lodges were stricken from their rolls – due largely to the ________.
Chronology of the War of 1812War of 1812Battle of Lake ErieWar of 1812 Campaigns

Question 7: This means that Freemasonry accepts men from a wide range of faiths, including (but not limited to) ________, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism, etc.
BaptistChristianityEcumenismChristian denomination

Question 8: There are also specialist Lodges of Research, with membership drawn from Master Masons only, with interests in Masonic Research (of ________, philosophy, etc.).
TimePeriodizationHistoryGeologic time scale

Question 9: the former ________ states in Eastern Europe).
Communist stateMarxismCommunismSocialism

Question 10: In the wake of the ________, the Unlawful Societies Act, 1799 banned any meetings of groups that required their members to take an oath or obligation.
French RevolutionFrench DirectoryNational ConventionNational Constituent Assembly

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