The Israeli-Arab attorney who can't find an apartment in Tel Aviv
'There are a lot of Arabs who want to integrate, but we need openness on both sides,’ says Rayek Khoury.
Every few weeks, a lively group of some 20 young people – businesspeople, accountants, lawyers and high-tech workers – meet in one of Tel Aviv’s fashionable restaurants. What they have in common is that they’re all members of the Arab Business Club, live in the center of the country and play key roles in Israeli business.
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