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Question 1: The magnitude of Safavid ________ policy can be glimpsed through the works of the Safavid court historians.
Scorched earthTrench warfareHill fortFortification

Question 2: As a result of the conflict in ________, many Kurdish areas have been destroyed and more than 150,000 Kurds have been deported since 1988.
Nagorno-Karabakh RepublicNakhchivanNagorno-Karabakh WarNagorno-Karabakh

Question 3: The ________ was followed by the attempt of Sheikh Obaidullah in 1880–1881 to found an independent Kurd principality under the protection of Turkey.
Crimean WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)Boxer RebellionRussian Civil War

Question 4: [89] The ________ fought to reestablish government control in the Kurdish regions; as a result, around ten thousand Kurds were killed.
Army of the Guardians of the Islamic RevolutionIranHezbollahQuds Force

Question 5: Having conquered Iran and imposed their yoke on the caliph of ________, the Seljuk Turks annexed the Kurdish principalities one by one.
JakartaBaghdadBeijingTehran

Question 6: In January 1946, during the Soviet occupation of north-western Iran, the Soviet-backed Kurdish ________ declared independence in parts of Iranian Kurdistan.
Kurdish peopleRepublic of AraratAyyubid dynastyRepublic of Mahabad

Question 7: In the 17th century, a large number of Kurds were deported by Shah Abbas I to Khorasan in Eastern Iran and resettled in the cities of Quchan and Birjand, while others migrated to ________ where the took refuge.
Central Intelligence AgencyNATONon-Aligned MovementAfghanistan

Question 8: It is also notable that ________ Kermanshahi Kurds, with the population of 1,550,000, have no interest in autonomy.
Islamic schools and branchesIslamophobiaShia IslamIslamic theology

Question 9: Nevertheless, the Soviet forces left Iran in May 1946, and the self-declared republic fell to the Iranian army after only a few months and the president of the republic Qazi Muhammad was hanged publicly in ________.
MahabadKhoyWest Azarbaijan ProvinceUrmia

Question 10: They were encouraged by Woodrow Wilson's support for non-Turkish nationalities of the empire and submitted their claim for independence to the ________ in 1919.
United Nations DayParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations Trusteeship CouncilUniversal jurisdiction







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