You're completely missing the point. This article is not about the socio-economic status of Arabs, it's about racism. In particular, the racism practised at a specific eatery. It's right to call out racism wherever it exists. Also, the fact this one Arab family can afford to go out to a nice restaurant does not mean all Arab families are rich. That's a real stretch you're asking us to make there. There are poor and rich Arabs, poor and rich Jews, poor and rich "others" in Israel, I am sure.
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from the article: 'Mahmoud' can't get table at an Israeli eatery, but 'Tamir' can
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