If Jesus is the same Prophet in both Christianity and Islam, why then don’t we, Muslims, believe in him the way Christians do? What do Muslims believe about Jesus (peace be upon him), in what exactly, and what do Christians believe on the other hand? What points do Islam and Christianity differ about and what points do they have in common? How does the Qur’an portray Jesus? What about his miracles; does the Qur’an approve it? Do Muslims believe in them? Did he die? Was he crucified? While Christians believe that Jesus was the son of God, what do Muslims do? Did Jesus himself say so? Have you known that Jesus is the beloved Prophet in Islam? Sheikh Yusuf Estes tackles all these points very clearly here…
Each Abrahamic religion has a prophesied person to emerge towards the end of the world as a portent of the Last Day, be he the Antichrist or Jesus Christ
Muslims do not bother themselves a lot with Christmas itself as a baseless observance. They rather object to many Christian beliefs based on this occasion
The Nativity accounts in the New Testament are illogical, whereas their counterparts in the Quran are quite logical.