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5 Matching questions

  1. A Muezzin
  2. Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
  3. Arab-Israeli Conflict
  4. Strait of Hormuz
  5. Camp David Peace Accords
  1. a An individual who calls Muslims to pray five times a day.
  2. b A strategic waterway connecting the Persian Gulf with the Gulf of Oman. Very vital for the world's supply of petroleum.
  3. c The peace agreement between the nation of Egypt and Israel in 1979 acknowledging Israel's sovereignty.
  4. d An organized group of oil producing nations which established production quotas to control the price of oil.
  5. e This conflict often led to tensions that contributed to terrorism in the region.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The Islamic leader who established an Islamic fundamentalist government in Iran in 1979.
  2. The First Century A.D. dispersion of the Jewish people from the lands of Palestine by the Roman Empire.
  3. The development of farming that brought about the establishment of permanent settlements.
  4. This holy book greatly influenced the Jewish religion and culture.
  5. These Islamic beliefs established guidelines for living.

5 True/False questions

  1. TheocracyA political system in which fundamental Islamic laws govern the people and the lands. Iran is currently a theocracy.


  2. David Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir, and Menachem BeginA belief that the laws of Islam should guide the people of the Middle East. This provides the greatest threat to stability in parts of the Middle East.


  3. Islamic FundamentalismThis series of religious wars opened up trade between Europe and the Middle East, and also fostered tension between Muslims and Christians.


  4. Gamal NasserThis man seized the Suez Canal from the British in order to gain control of the nation of Egypt's vital resources.


  5. 1967 Arab-Israeli Six Day WarIsrael acquired the lands of the Golan Heights, West Bank, and Gaza Strip.


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