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Question 1: In the 1970s and 1980s Poland attracted a number of students from many socialist-aligned Arabic-speaking states of the Middle East and ________.
Sub-Saharan AfricaAfricaScramble for AfricaAfrican Union

Question 2: In 16th and 17th century additional Tatars found refuge in the lands of the ________, mostly of Nogay and Crimean origin.
Polish–Lithuanian CommonwealthHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesPoland

Question 3: From this time it was primarily associated with the Tatars, many of whom settled in the ________ while continuing their traditions and religious beliefs.
High Middle AgesPolandEarly Middle AgesPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Question 4: Although King ________ tried to limit the restrictions on their religious freedoms and the erosion of their ancient rights and privileges, the gentry opposed.
Sigismund III VasaJohn II Casimir VasaWładysław IV VasaAugustus II the Strong

Question 5: Finally, the May Constitution granted the Tatars with a representation in the Polish ________.
Politics of PolandSejm of the Republic of PolandContract SejmSenate of the Republic of Poland

Question 6: The Lipka Rebellion forms the background to the novel Pan Wołodyjowski, the final volume of the Nobel Prize winning historical Trylogia of ________.
PolandWładysław ReymontBjørnstjerne BjørnsonHenryk Sienkiewicz

Question 7: The largest of such groups to arrive to the area was a tribe of Tokhtamysh, who in 1397 rebelled against his former protector ________ and sought asylum in the Grand Duchy.
Genghis KhanMongol EmpireTimurid dynastyTimur

Question 8: A large community of the Lipka Tatars remained outside of Polish borders, mostly in ________ and Belarus (especially in Minsk, the capital of the Belarusian SSR).

Question 9: Although Muslims were involved in earlier ________ invasions in the 13th century, these had a purely military character and there are no traces of settlement or conversion of any parts of the Polish population.
MongolsKalmyk peopleBorjiginMonguor

Question 10: There are also praying rooms in ________, Kraków, Łódź, Olsztyn, Katowice and Opole[6].


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