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History of the Southern Levant: Quiz


Question 1: In 661 CE, with the assassination of ________, the last of the Rashidun Caliphs, Muawiyah I became the uncontested Caliph and founded the Ummayad Dynasty.
AliShia IslamIslamic schools and branchesSahaba

Question 2: As a result, it was embroiled in a conflict with ________, leading to the British capture of Palestine in a series of battles led by General Allenby.
Great BritainUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 3: U.S. President ________ in a speech on June 24, 2002 called for an independent Palestinian state living side by side with Israel in peace.
Dick CheneyGeorge W. BushGeorge H. W. BushRonald Reagan

Question 4: President Sadat ________ after cease fire started a peace talks with the US and Israel.
Jimmy CarterAnwar El SadatLech WałęsaMikhail Gorbachev

Question 5: In 638 CE, the Christians of Jerusalem surrendered to the conquering armies of the Caliphate (Islamic Empire) under ________ (Emperor) Umar, the second of the initial four Rashideen Caliphs.
CaliphMuslim historyMuslim worldMosque

Question 6: The rise of ________, the national movement of the Jewish people started in Europe in the 19th century seeking to recreate a Jewish state in Palestine, and return the original homeland of the Jewish people.
CanaanismZionismReligious ZionismAntisemitism

Question 7: (published 1881-1884) image gallery at ________
New York City CouncilBrooklyn Public LibraryNew York Public LibraryNew York Public Library Main Branch

Question 8: The ________ of Lebanon, were temporarily displaced, but returned when the invading tribes showed no inclination to settle.
Alexander the GreatPhoeniciaRoman EmpireRashidun Caliphate

Question 9: Some archaeologists suggest a group from the Arabian Peninsula[2] (who trade with Mesopotamia) settled among the indigenous peoples who had been there since the original Semitic emigration from ________.
Sub-Saharan AfricaAfrican UnionAfricaScramble for Africa

Question 10: Rabbi Yokhanan ben Zakai, a student of Hillel, fled during the siege of Jerusalem to negotiate with the Roman General ________, who he predicted would soon become emperor.


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