Terrorist stuns peaceful Norway

Q: The suspect accused of carrying out a massacre at a youth camp in Norway and a bombing in the capital, Oslo, told police he carried out the attacks by himself. Where is Norway?

Circle the area on this map

Q: The attacks by the right-wing extremist and Christian fundamentalist killed 76 people and were the worst violence in the nation since World War II. Who occupied Norway in that war?

A. Russians

B. Germans

C. Swedes

D. Americans

Q: The suspect had called for a Christian war to defend Europe against the threat of Muslim domination. How many of Norway's 4.7 million people are Muslim?

A. Nearly 2 million

B. Nearly 1 million

C. More than 500,000

D. About 150,000

Q: Before the attacks, security officials saw little threat from domestic political radicals and emphasized the dangers posed by Islamic groups opposed to Norways military involvement in Afghanistan and Libya. Norway's armed forces are . . .

A. All volunteers

B. All draftees

C. Volunteers and draftees

D. Foreign mercenaries

Q: Norway has one of the lowest homicide rates in the world, and it's people are . . .

A. Better educated than the U.S.

B. Richer than the U.S.

C. Longer-lived than the U.S.

D. All of the above

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