You will need a font that allows you to distinguish between Arabic and Hebrew.
rtl page, ltr div, table
Test passes if:
A. The visual order of words in a cell is Arabic (مكتب), English (W3C), Hebrew (הישראלי)
B. The visual order of columns is 1, 2, 3
C. The numbers are left-aligned.
D. The table is left-aligned on the page.
مكتب W3C הישראלי
|مكتب W3C הישראלי||مكتب W3C הישראלי||مكتب W3C הישראלי|
Assertion: When dir="rtl" is added to a div in a rtl context, for tables in the div (a) directional runs in a table are ordered left-to-right, (b) columns run left-to-right, (c) text is left-aligned within cells, and (d) the table is left-aligned on the page.
The order of directional runs in memory is always: Arabic (مكتب) English (W3C) Hebrew (הישראלי).
= means you should check that the test and reference graphic look the same, except for font differences and cursive joining behavior. If they are different, use the addition instructional text to check for differences that are significant to the test.