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Loshon hara about Gentilesagainst non-Jews?

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It would seem to be ethically(1) and Jewishly(2) inadvisable--but is there actually a halacha against speaking loshon hara about non-Jews?

Related: http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/26394/loshon-hara-against-public-jewish-and-non-jewish-figuresLoshon Hara against public Jewish and non-Jewish figures

(1) Ethically--In terms of Kant's Categorical Imperative, or perhaps the Golden Rule? (2) Jewishly--ahavas haBrios; chillul Hashem; derech Eretz; Jewishly-condoned (chesed, rachamim, hitapkut, hakarat hatov) and discouraged (achzriut, sina) behavioral traits; "all [the Torah's] paths are of peace"/mishum eivah

It would seem to be ethically(1) and Jewishly(2) inadvisable--but is there actually a halacha against speaking loshon hara about non-Jews?

Related: http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/26394/loshon-hara-against-public-jewish-and-non-jewish-figures

(1) Ethically--In terms of Kant's Categorical Imperative, or perhaps the Golden Rule? (2) Jewishly--ahavas haBrios; chillul Hashem; derech Eretz; Jewishly-condoned (chesed, rachamim, hitapkut, hakarat hatov) and discouraged (achzriut, sina) behavioral traits; "all [the Torah's] paths are of peace"/mishum eivah

It would seem to be ethically(1) and Jewishly(2) inadvisable--but is there actually a halacha against speaking loshon hara about non-Jews?

Related: Loshon Hara against public Jewish and non-Jewish figures

(1) Ethically--In terms of Kant's Categorical Imperative, or perhaps the Golden Rule? (2) Jewishly--ahavas haBrios; chillul Hashem; derech Eretz; Jewishly-condoned (chesed, rachamim, hitapkut, hakarat hatov) and discouraged (achzriut, sina) behavioral traits; "all [the Torah's] paths are of peace"/mishum eivah

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