He is seen by Muslims as a precursor to Muhammad, believed to have foretold of the latter's coming. Islam does not believe the Christian story that Jesus actually died of crucifixion, instead affirming the Qur'anic view that he [left for India, where he has his tomb in Kashmir which anyone can visit, after being snuck out of Israel].
Some say Allah spared him the indignity of imperial Roman torture, leaving a substitute in his place. So no Xmas gifts as such, but more "Crusades" if the US and Israel insist on more holiday wars (Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, etc.).
*ST. NED FLANDERS explains: He actually says, "For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the Law [the Jewish Torah that preceded the Christian Bible] till all is fulfilled" (Matthew 5:18). This line has been taken to mean he had nothing new to teach people by way of developing themselves. It's as if he just came to offer God's new magic plan of bloody human sacrifice to replace the old Jewish [and Hindu] animal sacrifice method. The bodhisattva Issa had a great many things to teach, things he learned in the mystical East. Those teachings might still be found in the Apocrypha or the newfound gospels (of which there seem to be about 50), which Pagels and other scholars are bringing to light from the original mishmash (Aramaic, Hebrew, Gnostic, Coptic, Greek) that was once considered acceptable Christian teaching -- before the corrupted, greedy-for-power Church stepped in.