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March.27.Palestine.Civil.Society

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Civil Society in Palestine March 27
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The regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq was predominantly: A. Sunni Arab B. Shia Arab C. Kurdish D. Don’t know
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The new regime installed by the U.S. in Iraq is predominantly: A. Sunni Arab B. Shia Arab C. Kurdish D. Don’t know
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The Islamic Republic in Iran is: A. Sunni B. Shia C. Don’t know
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Al Qaeda in Iraq is predominantly: A. Sunni Arab B. Shia Arab C. Kurdish D. Don’t know
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Iran has close ties to: A. The government of Iraq B. Shia militia in Iraq C. Al Qaeda in Iraq D. All of the above
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Car bombings in Iraq are primarily the work of: A. Shia militias B. Al Qaeda in Iraq C. Don’t know
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Ethnic cleansing in Iraq in 2006-07 was primarily the work of: A. Shia militias in and out of the government B. Al Qaeda in Iraq C. Don’t know
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According to the most recent calculations of Nobel Prize economist Joseph Stiglitz, your share of the bill for the Iraq war will amount to: A. $100 B. $1000 C. $10,000
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Factors influencing the decline in violence in Iraq over the second half of 2007: U.S. troop “surge” in Baghad? Internal conflicts in Moqtada Al-Sadr’s Shia militia forces led him to declare a ceasefire “Awakening” movement among Sunni tribal groups; turn against Al Qaeda in Iraq, shift from insurgency to U.S. allies
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