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Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.
The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(1).  1) fomenting 2) firing 3) settling 4) flourishing

A.    fomenting B.    firing
C.    settling D.    flourishing
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(2).  1) slogan 2) tirade 3) genre 4) sentiments

A.    slogan B.    tirade
C.    genre D.    sentiments
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(3).  1) baptised 2) realised 3) interwined 4) brainwashed

A.    baptised B.    realised
C.    interwined D.    brainwashed
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(4).  1) soul 2) salvation 3) spirit 4) tempo

A.    soul B.    salvation
C.    spirit D.    tempo
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(5).  1) offspring 2) overt 3) breed 4) rejuvenate

A.    off spring B.    overt
C.    breed D.    rejuvenate
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(6).  1) fundamentalism 2) secularism 3) dilemma 4) havoc

A.    fundamentalism B.    secularism
C.    dilemma D.    havoc
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(7).  

A.    likely B.    essentially
C.    almost D.    above
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8 .

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(8).  1) fundamental 2) narrow 3) disturbing 4) flagrant

A.    fundamental B.    narrow
C.    disturbing D.    flagrant
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(9).  1) singular 2) culture 3) just 4) vigilant

A.    singular B.    culture
C.    just D.    vigilant
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The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many minds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and (1) antinational (2) respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen', or holy warrior. The students are (3) to believethat their (4) lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas (5) a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause (6).
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is (7) a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The (8) role of Islam is to create a (9) society that (10) the protection of life and freedom for all.

(10).  1) favours 2) justifies 3) demarcates 4) guarantees

A.    favours B.    justifies
C.    demarcates D.    guarantees
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