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Question 1: The publishing of the ________ in May 1939 brought with it new edicts that were intended to lead to a more equitable settlement between Jews and Arabs.
Mohammad Amin al-HusayniBritish Mandate of PalestinePalestineWhite Paper of 1939

Question 2: Operations were also undertaken in ________ (shooting at the Arab-populated Wadi Nisnas neighborhood) and in Herzliya.
Tel AvivIsraelJerusalemHaifa

Question 3: The Irgun policy was based on what was then called ________ founded by Ze'ev Jabotinsky.
Menachem BeginPost-ZionismRevisionist ZionismReligious Zionism

Question 4: [25][26] The new body's first plan was to kidnap the British High Commissioner of Palestine, Sir Harold MacMichael and deport him to ________.

Question 5: In similar circumstances, 70 Arabs were killed by a ________ planted in the Arab souk in Haifa.
BunkerLand mineCluster bombTrench warfare

Question 6: However, it was not until January 1944 that ________ Franklin Roosevelt established the War Refugee Board, which achieved some success in saving European Jews .
United States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsMilitary history of the United StatesPresident of the United States

Question 7: ________ wrote in his book The Case for Israel that "[Removal of Arabs] certainly seems to have been the policy of the Irgun".
Alan DershowitzIf I Did ItJohnnie CochranO. J. Simpson murder case

Question 8: On April 21 Meir Feinstein and Lehi member Moshe Barazani blew themselves up, using an ________ (IED), hours before their scheduled hanging.
AfghanistanImprovised explosive deviceChemical warfareBomb disposal

Question 9: The trend of activities was an attempt to respond "________" in the form of violent operations against Arab violence, and often to match the form of retaliation or its location to correspond to the attack that provoked it.
Eye for an eyeOld TestamentJesusLaw

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  David Raziel, commander of the Irgun
  A leaflet signed by Haganah Commander in Tel-Aviv, addressed "To the thugs", warning Irgun not to engage violent acts, or face severe measures (1947)
  Irgun emblem. The map shows the British Mandate of Palestine, which the Irgun claimed in its entirety for a future Jewish state. The acronym "Etzel" is written above the map, and "rok kach" ("only thus") is written below.


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