No, Muslims do not celebrate Christmas. The Quran and Bible both give evidence that 25 December is not the date of birth of Jesus Christ (peace be upon him).
Christmas has come. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, they say. The jolly atmosphere, the Christmas spirit, the love and the joy are infectious. What’s not to like! Why not join in and spread the Christmas cheer?
We Muslims have a great love and respect for Jesus(as). We believe in him as one of the chosen and beloved prophets of God.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim community Sweden, held a interfaith event in Malmo.
The religion of Islam requires belief in not only the Prophethood of Muhammad(sa), but all the prophets of God, including Jesus(as) (The Holy Quran 2:137). The Holy Qur’an details the story of Jesus, including his birth, mission as a Prophet to the Israelites, and his crucifixion.
Finland Ahmadi Muslims taught about Jesus (as)
Swedish Ahmadi Muslims host Jesus in Islam event