Shalom friends do the Jews believe that prophet Jesus is their prophet do the Jews follow his teachings also what do the Jews think of prophet Jesus. Thank you Shalom.
Judaism does not consider Jesus to be a prophet. One major reason is that the era of prophecy ended well before Jesus was born
The era of prophecy officially came to an end some 23 centuries ago. The last generation of prophets were those who began to prophecy before the First Holy Temple was destroyed in 423 BCE, though a number of that generation survived the 70-year Babylonian exile and lived to see the building of the Second Temple. Most famously, Ezekiel prophesied in Babylonia, and three prophets, Chaggai, Zachariah and Malachi, were members of the "Great Assembly" that led the people in the first years of the return from Babylon. Mordechai and Esther were also members of the long-lived generation that mourned the destruction of the First Temple and witnessed the building of the second. With the demise of that generation, "prophecy departed from Israel."
In terms of your next questions, Jews mostly don't think of Jesus as he has no part in our daily way of living, so whatever his teachings might have been their are not relevant to Jews. The academic questions of whether he existed, whether he was a rabbi in any sense (or even Jewish) or if he was a political figure to anyone don't work their way into most people's life, day to day.
With all due respect to a seeker of knowledge it is written in Numbers 23,19:
לֹ֣א אִ֥ישׁ אֵל֙ וִֽיכַזֵּ֔ב וּבֶן־אָדָ֖ם וְיִתְנֶחָ֑ם הַה֤וּא אָמַר֙ וְלֹ֣א יַעֲשֶׂ֔ה וְדִבֶּ֖ר וְלֹ֥א יְקִימֶֽנָּה׃ God is NOT MAN to be capricious, Or mortal to change His mind. Would He speak and not act, Promise and not fulfill?
This proves 2 points which you might have otherwise not known from your version of the Old testament:
Jesus cannot be a godly entity rather he is an impostor by claiming so.
G-d will never replace the Jews from being the chosen nation As He doesn't change His mind, and our very existence today proves so