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According to Jewish tradition, God did not set any Hebrew prophets outside Israel.

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The question may be referring to Jonah, who was sent to Nineveh. Other prophets who lived outside of Israel include Ezekiel and Daniel. However, all three of these prophets were Israelites born in the Holy Land.

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Judaism acknowledges the possibility of non-Jewish prophecy, but does not consider it legitimate for Jews to follow them. The most explicit example is Balaam, who is a prophet to the Other Nations. However, Balaam is not considered part of the canon of Jewish prophets (though some of his words are recorded in the Torah [Numbers ch.22-24]).

Other non-Jewish prophets mentioned in our tradition are those named in the book of Job.

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