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Law enforcement in Iran: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ (Sepah or Pasdaran)
IranQuds ForceHezbollahArmy of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution

Question 2: The ________, numbering nearly 74,000 in 1979, was subordinate to the Ministry of Interior.
FranceGendarmerieItalyParis

Question 3: The secret police organization, ________, gained special notoriety for its excessive zeal in "maintaining" internal security.
Hassan PakravanIranSAVAKMohammad Reza Pahlavi

Question 4: In 2008 some 700 women became the first female members of the police force since the 1979 ________.
Zbigniew Brzezinski1953 Iranian coup d'étatRuhollah KhomeiniIranian Revolution

Question 5: He tended to shuffle army personnel back and forth between their ordinary duties and temporary positions in internal security agencies, in order to minimize the possibility of any organized coups against the ________.
Pope John Paul IIPopeThroneCoronation

Question 6: ________ (literally "Mobilization") — also Bassij or Baseej, or Persian: بسيج; also Baseej-e Mostaz'afin, (literally "Mobilization of the Oppressed);" and officially Nirouye Moqavemate Basij ("Basij Resistance Force")[4] Persian: نیروی مقاومت بسیج
Iranian RevolutionMahmoud AhmadinejadBasijIran

Question 7: Law enforcement in ________ has 60,000 police personnel served under the Ministry of Interior and Justice, including border patrol personnel.
IranIraqAzerbaijanIran–Iraq War

Question 8: The ________ and the National Police gained in numbers and responsibilities.
ParisGendarmerieFranceItaly







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