On the other hand, all of the prophets we do know about are Hebrew, and they all taught about YHWH, the God of the Bible. Not one of them taught about Allah.
Muslims call Abraham's nephew Lot a prophet, so let's use Lot as our first example. Lot had chosen to live amongst the Canaanites in the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. Now, if Lot was, in fact, a prophet, then he must have been sent by Allah to warn the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, right?
Following Muslim logic on this, it would appear that there was no one from Sodom and Gomorrah who could do the job so, according to the Islamic version of the Bible story, Allah sent them a Hebrew named Lot.
So where was the Canaanite Islamic warner?
Then came the time that YHWH had had enough of the abuse heaped upon Israel by the Egyptians. So YHWH sent them the prophet Moses to warn Pharaoh to let the Israelites go, or they would be severely punished. We all know how that went: Pharaoh didn't listen, his people suffered, and his army was destroyed. But again, it was YHWH, not Allah, Who sent Egypt a prophet. Remember that when Moses had asked God Who he should tell the Israelites has sent him, God said, "Tell them YHWH, I Am Who I Am, sends you." He didn't say,"My name is Allah, the god." And again, very clearly, Moses was another Hebrew.
So where was the Egyptian Islamic warner?
Next is Daniel, who was exiled to and served in Babylon (known today as Iraq), as a prophet to the Babylonian kings Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar and Darius. Daniel brought much godly wisdom and guidance to Babylon while he lived, but he was a servant of YHWH, not Allah. And again, Daniel was a Hebrew.
So where was the Babylonian Islamic warner?
Then there was Jonah. Jonah was sent to Nineveh (ancient Assyria) by YHWH (still no Allah, sorry!). Because of his ministry, the Ninevites repented and their city was spared. But, once again, the prophet Jonah was neither Assyrian nor a Muslim. Jonah served YHWH, and he was a Hebrew.
So where was the Ninevite Islamic warner?
And let's not forget the Greatest Prophet of them all. One Who was not just a prophet:
Jesus, too, was a Hebrew.
As were all of the 12 Apostles.
And yet Jesus sent them out to preach the Gospel to both Jews and non-Jews, aka "Gentiles," from all nations.
So we have Lot, Moses, Daniel, Jonah, Jesus, and the 12 Apostles.
Every single one of them Hebrews.
So one just has to ask...
Why is it that Allah has to keep sending Hebrews to do a Muslim's job? :)