In Islam, Jesus (known as Isa in Arabic) is considered one of the most important prophets and is revered by Muslims as a messenger of God. The Islamic view of Jesus is largely based on the depiction of Jesus in the Qur’an, which portrays him as a righteous and compassionate prophet who was sent to guide the Children of Israel.
According to the Qur’an, Jesus was born to the virgin Mary through the will of God, and he was given the ability to perform miracles by God’s grace. He is believed to have been a prophet who preached monotheism and taught about the coming of the Day of Judgment.
Muslims believe that Jesus was not the son of God, but rather a prophet sent by God to guide the Children of Israel. They also believe that Jesus was not crucified, but rather was raised up to heaven by God.
In Islam, Jesus is seen as a bridge between Judaism and Islam, and his message is considered to be a continuation of the message of the prophets who came before him. Muslims also believe that Jesus will return to the world at the end of time to bring about the Day of Judgment.