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Question 1: The Israeli government often intervenes to stop the construction of new synagogues, ________, and churches for a variety of reasons.
Muslim historyMosqueIslamMuslim world

Question 2: Only the Orthodox Jewish movements are officially recognized in Israel (though conversions conducted by Conservative and Reform clergy outside of Israel may be accepted for the purposes of the ________).
History of ZionismZionismHistory of IsraelLaw of Return

Question 3: The largest and most influential of these denominations are Orthodox Judaism, Reform Judaism, and ________.
Jewish philosophyRabbiConservative JudaismJews

Question 4: There is no ________ on that day, and most businesses are closed.
TramPublic transportRapid transitTaxicab

Question 5: Most adherents in Israel reject traditional Christianity and its symbols, in favour of celebrating ________.
PassoverKaraite JudaismJewish RenewalJewish holiday

Question 6: ________ reports: "Freedom of religion is respected.
United StatesCold WarFreedom HouseCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 7: The conquest of Palestine by the British in 1917 and the subsequent ________ opened the gates for the arrival of large numbers of Jews in Palestine who began to tip the scales in favor of Judaism with the passing of each decade.
Arab–Israeli conflictBalfour Declaration of 1917Folke Bernadotte1948 Arab–Israeli War

Question 8: [16][17] It is the holiest site or shrine after those in Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia: The ________ (Temple Mount) from which Muslims believe that Muhammad ascended to Heaven.
Al-Aqsa MosqueJerusalemSolomon's StablesMosque

Question 9: Religion in Israel is a central feature of the country and plays a major role in shaping Israeli culture and lifestyle, and ________ is the only country in the world where a majority of citizens are Jewish.
United StatesGreeceIsraelArmenia

Question 10: [1] The religious affiliation of the Israeli population as of 2005 was 76.2% Jewish, 16.1% Muslim, 2.1% ________, and 1.6% Druze, with the remaining 4.0% not classified by religion.
Catholic ChurchChristianityChristianJesus


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