You’ve surely heard the name “Jesus.” It’s a name that means a lot to many people all over the world. People connect it with love, kindness, and spiritual wisdom. In this article, we’ll learn about wonderful story of Jesus We’ll start with His birth in Bethlehem and go through His teachings and the things He did for others. and looking at what Islam says about him (Isa), his life, and why he’s important in this faith.


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Understanding Jesus

1. A Special Messenger

In Islam, Jesus, known as ‘Isa in Arabic, is considered a special messenger sent by God (Allah). He’s one of the many messengers talked about in the Quran, which is the holy book of Islam. This belief that He (Isa) was a messenger is the key to understanding Islam’s view of him.

2. A Miracle Birth

One unique thing Islam teaches about He (Isa) is that he was born to the Virgin Mary (Maryam in Arabic) without a human father. This special birth is seen as a way to show God’s amazing power.

3. Doing Miracles

Islam also says that He (Isa) did amazing things, like healing sick people, making blind people see, and even bringing dead people back to life. These acts are seen as signs that he was a messenger and had God’s support.

4. Belief in One God

One big thing in Isa’s teachings in Islam is that he told people to believe in only one God, Allah. He didn’t believe in more than one God, and he didn’t want people to either.

Jesus and the Future in Islam

5. Coming Back

Islam also talks about Him (Isa) coming back in the future. This is part of what will happen before the world ends and the final judgment takes place.

6. Beating the Bad Guy

When He (Isa) comes back, Islam teaches that he will defeat a bad guy called the Antichrist, or Dajjal. This battle shows the victory of good over evil.

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7. No Crucifixion

Islam teaches that He (Isa) wasn’t crucified, which means he wasn’t put on a cross and hurt that way. Instead, Islam says that God took him to heaven before anyone could hurt him. This is a big difference from what some Christians believe.

8. Not Divine

In Islam, it’s important to know that He (isa) wasn’t seen as a God or having a special divine nature. He was seen as a human messenger, and this is different from what many Christians believe.

Why (Isa) Matters in Islamic Culture

9. Celebrations

Even though it’s not as big as in Christianity, some Muslim cultures celebrate the birth of (Isa), calling it Mawlid al-Nabi, or the Prophet’s Birthday. People may get together, pray, and help those in need.

10. Love and Respect

Muslims have deep respect and love for (Isa) as a special messenger of God. When they say his name, they often add “peace be upon him” to show how much they respect him.



In simple terms, the Islamic view of He (Isa) is unique and important. He’s seen as a messenger of God, not divine himself. His miraculous birth, his teachings about one God, and his future return all play a big role in Islamic beliefs. Even though there are differences in beliefs about Jesus between Islam and Christianity, his significance in Islamic tradition is clear and meaningful.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Is Jesus seen as a God in Islam?

No, in Islam, Jesus is not seen as a God.He is a messenger of God

2. Why is Jesus’s birth special in Islam?

Jesus’s birth to the Virgin Mary without a human father is seen as a powerful sign of God’s abilities.

3. How do Muslims celebrate Jesus’s birth?

In some Muslim cultures, they celebrate His birth with gatherings, prayers, and helping those in need, calling it Mawlid al-Nabi, or the Prophet’s Birthday.

4. What will Jesus do when he comes back to Islam?

According to Islamic teachings, he (Isa) will come back to defeat a bad guy called the Antichrist, or Dajjal, as part of the events leading to the end of the world.

5. Did Jesus get crucified in Islamic belief?

No, Islam teaches that Jesus was not crucified. Instead, God took him to heaven before any harm could come to him.

6. How do Muslims view Jesus?

The Muslims believe that Jesus (called “Isa” in Arabic) was a prophet of God and was born to a virgin lady named (Mary) maryam

7. Do Muslims believe Jesus was crucified?

The Muslims believe that He (Isa) was not crucified but was bodily raised up to heaven by God; this is written in Quran

8. When was Jesus died?

April 3, AD 33

According to some history books, He (Isa) died on Friday, April 3, AD 33

9. what language did Isa speak?

Aramaic is best known as the language He (Isa) spoke

10. When was Jesus born?

The date of Jesus birth is not stated or mentioned in any historical sources, but most biblical scholars say between 6 BC and 4 BC is the date of (Isa) birth, the year in which King Herod died.

ASALAMUALIKUM, I am Abid Mushtaq Baba, a Blogger, Youtuber, and founder of Here, I post about Islam, the Quran, history, and other religions to help people understand the Islam and find the truth.

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