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Second Intifada: Quiz

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Question 1: [48] Another three Palestinians were killed in the Old City and on the ________.
IsraelHasidic JudaismJudaismMount of Olives

Question 2: The largest attack since the death of ________ claimed the lives of five Israeli soldiers on December 12, wounding ten others.
FatahYasser ArafatPalestine Liberation OrganizationMenachem Begin

Question 3:
How many casualties were there in the Second Intifada?
2,500 captured
13 missing
20 000 - 70 000
- 727 Israeli civilians killed by Palestinians;

Question 4: The Israeli government gave up hope for negotiated settlement to the conflict and pursued a unilateral policy of physically separating Israel from Palestinian communities by beginning construction on the ________.
Israeli settlementIsraeli West Bank barrierSecond IntifadaIsraeli–Palestinian conflict

Question 5: Hezbollah's resistance can be used as an example for other ________ seeking to regain their rights."[37]
SyriaPalestinian peopleArab peopleIraq

Question 6: [124] In 2006, 51.7% thought a government headed by ________ should continue with the Oslo Agreement, while 42% said Hamas does not have to.
Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel2006 Israel–Gaza conflictHamasSecond Intifada

Question 7:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Second Intifada?
border|, Mecklenburg-Schwerin
22x |border Hamas
border|, Republic of Genoa
|border English East India Company

Question 8: Militant groups involved in violence include ________, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.
HamasPalestinian rocket attacks on IsraelSecond Intifada2006 Israel–Gaza conflict

Question 9:
When was the Second Intifada?
2003 u2013 non-release/promotional pitch
May 1919 u2013 October 1922
September 2000 u2013 Unclear
November 1944 u2013 August 1945

Question 10: The ________ has the names of 2,124 Palestinian dead.
MossadHamasShin BetSecond Intifada







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