Except Rabbinical Jews don't see Him as a Christ. That is why the Muslims are actually closer to us than nearly any stripe of Jews.
Sorry, but this is shallow reasoning. The Qur'an attaches the title "the Christ" to Jesus' name, but does not state what it means. More, the Qur'an says that "Jesus is nothing more than a prophet" in Surah 5.
We actually have more in common theologically.
You are kidding, right?
Muslim faith in the virgin birth does not have the same theological reasons and implications as Christian faith.
Which is worse? Denial or distortion?
Muhammad got this teaching from Christian tradition.
Islam does not teach that there are major and minor prophets. It only says that Jesus was a prophet that was given a divine revelation and sent to the Children of Israel. Still, in Surah 5 it is emphasized that Jesus was nothing more than a prophet.
Virgin Mary worthy of veneration.
As the Muslim mother of Jesus the Muslim prophet and like many other Muslim women of the past.
Jesus Christ will come to judge the living and the dead at the end of this age.
This teaching does not exist in the Qur'an, but only in Islamic tradition. According to the Hadith, Jesus wil come not to judge the living and the dead, but to condemn, fight, and convert Jews and Christians to Islam. He will destroy the cross, kill the swine, and tear down synagogues and churches.
No ridiculous slander about the Theotokos or Christ in their writings.
Considering Virgin Mary one of Muhammad's brides in heaven...
Allah interrogating Jesus on the Day of Judgment and asking Him if He taught Christians to worship Him and His mother as two gods...
Jesus depicted as a Muslim messenger prophesying Muhammad's advent...
These are not enough?
All of these are point of agreement we can enter into with our heterodox Muslims, but not so with Rabbinical Jews.
I cannot see any agreement.