Dr. Muhammad Abu Laylah, professor of the Islamic Studies & Comparative Religions atAl-Azhar Univ. states: “A large community of the Jews especially in Yemen and Arabia believed that Ezra was son of God because he could rewrite the Torah after it was burnt when the Jewish Temple was destroyed by Babylonians. It is needless to say that there was only one copy of the Torah which was kept in custody of the Aaronic rabbi and which was treasured in the Temple.
When Ezra was able to dictate it from memory according to Jewish tradition, people thought of him to be son of God, not in the same of sense of Jesus according to the Christian belief.