If you put the following blockquote of some Hebrew text (stolen from the translation of Naomi's speech at the Hugos) in a work, it will produce a block of text with a border on the left side, which is weird in right to left languages:
Likewise, a blockquote included in an FAQ that's written in a RTL language will have the border in the same odd place (these blockquote elements generally won't have dir="rtl" on them directly – they get the direction from a parent div).
Ergo, we need to add some CSS to basically flip the styling we use in LTR languages:
The first selector should take care of blockquotes in the FAQ, while the second should take care of blockquotes in works (and in news posts until is done).
Also try including a blockquote with the direction set to ltr in a Hebrew or Arabic FAQ and make sure the border is still on the left.