As a Muslim this is what I know from the Qur'an about Jesus. He is the Messiah, he has come in the first coming, he is the son of Mary. He is a great prophet and the Messiah who will return again for the second coming before the day of Judgement. He will return and lead the forces of good against the 'Dajjal' ,or the anti-Christ, and his followers. Dajjal will show the people who encounter him, paradise, but his paradise will actually be hell and to those who disobey Dajjal, he will show them hell, which in actuallity will be paradise. The Qur'an, along with numerous propheicies about Jesus's 2nd coming, if I remember correctly, states a location around the present day damascus, Syria. We believe Jesus came with one message, as all other messengers before him, and that was that 'there is only one God', to obey him and abstain from what he has deemed for you to abstain.
Maybe that helps to give the glimpse of the Islamic perspective of Jesus, as I know best.