By Usama Dakdok
Muslims claim they believe in Jesus. However, when we talk to Muslims, whether they are educated on Islam or not, they quickly say, “We believe in Jesus. You cannot be a true Muslim believer unless you believe in Prophet Jesus and the gospel of Jesus,” meaning the book which Jesus received from Allah. Muslims even brag about the many times Jesus’ name is repeated throughout the pages of the Qur’an, even more than Mohammed’s name is mentioned, which was only four times, and Jesus’ mother Mary, who has a conclusive book written by her name in the Qur’an, which is chapter 19. Muslim imams assure the people of the West that Jesus is one of the five great prophets in Islam: Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed.
Muslim imams declare that not only is Jesus a good man and a great teacher but a great prophet as well. Jesus’ name is mentioned in the “Qur’an by reference, 25 times by the name of ‘Isā, third-person 48 times, first-person 35 times, and the rest as titles and attributes,” according to “Jesus in Islam.” (Wikipedia.org).
Muslims speak about their belief of the virgin birth of Jesus and many of the great miracles which Jesus performed, such as opening the eyes of the blind, healing the lepers, and even raising the dead. When people of the West, especially those who are uneducated about Islam, hear this infor ...