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Question 1:
Which of the following is an officially recognised ethnic group in Israel?
7% Spanish or White,
75.4% Jewish, 20.6% Arab, 4% minority groups
6.6% others

Question 2: At the lowest level are ________ courts, situated in most cities across the country.

Question 3: In contrast, the West Bank has remained under military occupation, and it and the ________ are seen by the Palestinians and most of the international community as the site of a future Palestinian state.
IsraelPalestinian National AuthorityGaza StripGaza–Israel conflict

Question 4:
Which of the following titles did Israel have?
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Israel
Articles Related to Israel
Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel Yitzhak Nissim
Moon of Israel

Question 5: Other landmarks of religious importance are located in the West Bank, among them Joseph's tomb in Shechem, the birthplace of Jesus and Rachel's Tomb in ________, and the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
Santa ClausFather ChristmasChristmasBethlehem

Question 6: Israeli music contains musical influences from all over the world; Sephardic music, Hasidic melodies, ________ music, Greek music, jazz, and pop rock are all part of the music scene.
BhangraBelly danceHip-hop danceBallroom dance

Question 7: [164] Since 1995, Israel has been a member of the Mediterranean Dialogue, which fosters cooperation between seven countries in the ________ and the members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Cape Floristic RegionCircumboreal RegionPhytochorionMediterranean Basin

Question 8:
When was Israel established?

Question 9: In 1967, as a result of the Six-Day War, Israel gained control of the West Bank, ________, the Gaza strip and the Golan Heights.
Israeli–Palestinian conflictIsrael's unilateral disengagement planEast JerusalemProposals for a Palestinian state

Question 10: The first large wave of "modern" immigration, known as the First Aliyah (Hebrew: עלייה), began in 1881, as Jews fled pogroms in ________.
Western EuropeCentral EuropeEastern EuropeBalkans

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