Oh, the things I noticed!
1. Which natural resource accounts for the world importance of the Middle East today?  gold;  iron ore;  oil;  uranium
Okay...that's pretty mild, right...But I wanted to show you Question #1 so that you can see why I consider Question #2 to be so...how should I say...out of place:
2. Israel is located  in ancient Mesopotamia;  on the Arabian peninsula;  in southeastern Europe;  in southwestern Asia
Isn't that interesting? Considering the many ancient civilizations in the Middle East, the location of Israel is the second question posed? Let's see some more:
12. When did Jews first live in Palestine?  after World War I;  during the Crusades;  with the founding of the state of Israel;  in ancient times
13. Which event in modern times caused large-scale Jewish immigration to Palestine?  Nazi persecution of Jews;  Russian Communist discrimination against Jews;  discovery of oil in Palestine;  English violation of the Balfour Declaration
Hmmm...hasn't Alan Dershowitz and others claimed that there's no such land as Palestine? You know...it was a land without a people for a people without a land, right?
Next...there is a map of the Middle East (circa 1966), along with questions. The countries are denoted by a letter with the region. The test indicates that the country must be identified by a brief description given as a test question...so let's go to Question #5:
5. Formerly part of a British mandate, this nation is surrounded by hostile Arab neighbors.
Gee...which nation could this be?
And last, but not least...the essay questions. Let's go to Questions #4 and 5:
4. In regard to the state of Israel, discuss [a] two arguments for a Jewish homeland in Palestine; [b] one military action by which Israel defended its existence; [c] three problems that currently face the state of Israel
5. State whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements, giving two arguments to support your position: [a] Arab nationalism has been responsible for unrest in the Middle East; [b] the Suez Canal is less important, economically and militarily, today that it was before World War I; [c] the creation of Israel will eventually benefit the entire Middle East; [d] Israel was justified in invading Egypt in 1958; [e] the Cyprus issue can be solved only by partition of the island; [f] Nasser's policies have caused more disunity than unity among the Arab nations
Am I being "anti-Semitic" by pointing this out? Remember...it's not "anti-Semitic" to point out wrongful actions. If you rob a bank...does it matter as to what ethnicity one belongs?
That's it for now...if I get a favorable response to this, maybe I'll concentrate next on Test 37: World War I
Oh...that'll be a doozy...