Whatever Christian denomination you belong to (or non-denominational church or Messianic congregation), the way you understand and live out God’s Word are likely influenced by Greek thought.
The Book of Daniel is found in the Writings (Ketuv’im) along with the books of Esther, Psalms, Proverbs, and other “non-prophetic” books. Therefore, the book of Daniel is not found in the Prophets (Nevi’im) section, and Daniel himself is not considered a prophet in Judaism.
In many ways, Daniel’s Prayer in Chapter 9 can be a model prayer for all who seek God to restore their own wayward people and land.
He wrestles with an angel at Peniel, where he is called Israel
You did me wrong Laban the Syrian, Yet I Jacob, have done you right and at Galeed we will make a covenant to boarder Israel and Assyria!