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The celebration of Christmas, although it certainly has theological dimensions for many Christians, is a part of various Christian cultures and not a part of Muslim cultures. Among Muslims, even the celebration of Muhammad’s birthday is a subject of wide debate.

The celebration of Christmas is the annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ who is considered to be the son of God in Christendom and this goes directly against the tenants of Islam where God is one and that he has no children.