5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Five Pillars of Faith
- Islamic Fundamentalism
- Iranian Revolution
- a A 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.
- b An ancient kingdom that developed along the Tigris and Euphrates river valley.
- c This conflict often led to tensions that contributed to terrorism in the region.
- d This 1979 revolution resulted in the establishment of an Islamic State.
- e These Islamic beliefs established guidelines for living.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The development of farming that brought about the establishment of permanent settlements.
- Israel acquired the lands of the Golan Heights, West Bank, and Gaza Strip.
- The English support of a Jewish homeland in the region of Palestine during World War I.
- A strategic waterway vital to trade, which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea
- An individual who calls Muslims to pray five times a day.
5 True/False questions
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) → An organized group of oil producing nations which established production quotas to control the price of oil.
Anwar Sadat → This series of religious wars opened up trade between Europe and the Middle East, and also fostered tension between Muslims and Christians.
Theocracy → A political system in which fundamental Islamic laws govern the people and the lands. Iran is currently a theocracy.
Gamal Nasser → Egyptian president who was assassinated for his role in the signing of the Camp David Peace Accords.
Ayatollah Khomeini → This holy book greatly influenced the Jewish religion and culture.