Guardian Unlimited reported There was no manger,
but they say Jesus spoke as a babyChrist is not the Messiah, and the crucifixion never happened. A forthcoming ITV documentary will portray Jesus as Muslims see him. With the Koran as a main source and drawing on interviews with scholars and historians, the Muslim Jesus explores how Islam honours Christ as a prophet but not as the son of God. According to the Koran the crucifixion was a divine illusion. Instead of dying on the cross, Jesus was rescued by angels and raised to heaven. The one-hour special, commissioned and narrated by Melvyn Bragg, is thought to be the first time the subject has been dealt with on British television. Lord Bragg said: "I was fascinated by the idea ... Jesus was such a prominent figure in Islam but most people don't know that."
I have no objection to this story being aired, but I would follow it with one showing the Qur'an told people to also read the Bible and Torah (10:94 and 16:43), and the Qur'an confirmed the validity of the Bible ( 5:46, 2:40, 2:41, 12:111, 4:47, 6:92, 3:3, 35:31, 2:91, 3:113, 2:121, 2:41, 3:81), the Qur'an confirmed Jesus performed miracles ( 5:110, 3:48, 3:49) which Muhammad did not do and then show the story of Jesus from the Christian perspective.