I would like to know if there is currently, or has every been since the times of Bilaam a genuine prophet among the gentile nations. Meaning, someone who was not Jewish and whose prophecy was only for the benefit of non-Jews but was recognized by orthodox Rabbis as a prophet.
Furthermore I would like to know what qualifications a person must present in order to be considered by Jewish law a prophet for the non-Jews. Meaning, does the person have to meet the same criteria as that of a prophet for the Jews or are there other criteria? If it is the latter, what are they?