Islam claim to know Abrahamic religion or Judaism, whatever it is, better than Jews themselves. What is the view of the majority Jews in this matter? (I hope this fits the site guidelines)
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Maimonides addressed this quite well 800-some years ago.
Jews believe that the version of the faith and law as we have received it is binding upon us. For a Jew to say "I think G-d sent a new prophecy and changed all the laws" or "we got all the laws wrong and here's what they really are instead" would be considered heresy. (It is not, however, idolatry.) (See Maimonides' Laws of Repentance 3:17) Thus we could not accept the law of any prophet who said, for instance, "cooking milk-and-meat together is now permissible."
Islam (in its moderate forms) has brought ethical monotheism to a large percentage of the world's population, which is a wonderful thing. (See Maimonides' Laws of Kings and their Wars, end of Ch. 11) But as for the Jews, who constitute <1% of the world? It's not for us.
It is a misnomer to say that Islam is a Abrahamic faith.
While Islam may claim to descend from Avraham, in terms of lessons learned, Islam explicitly rejects Avraham.
In Quran 60:4, Abraham is held as an example of excellent conduct (a term used for Mohamed) when he tells his idolatorous father that there is enmity between them. But then immediately the sentence explains he is NOT an example of conduct, when he prays for forgiveness for his father.
That about sums up Islams view of the value of Abraham. Only hatred is the good part of Abraham. Forgiveness is the bad part.
That ain't my Abrahamic faith, than you very much.