I heard in a class that there is either an prohibition or at least an inyan not to have a non-Jew in the sukkah.
What is the source for this?
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Zohar in Emor. I saw it brought in the sefer Bad Kodesh (Rav Berel Povarsky) (Sukkos). That he learns the Zohar is excluding non-jews from the mitzva of Sukka. He happens to learn that it just means they don't get a mitzva if they sit in a sukka. But some understand the zohar that they shouldn't be in a sukka. He doesn't qoute exact place where it is, so here's a picture of it.