One of the things that Jews and Christians can agree on with respect to miracles is they do not necessarily prove someone to be a true prophet and not necessarily a vindication of their prophethood. One such section in the Torah is this:
"13 [a]If a prophet, or one who foretells by dreams, appears among you and announces to you a sign or wonder, 2 and if the sign or wonder spoken of takes place, and the prophet says, “Let us follow other gods” (gods you have not known) “and let us worship them,” 3 you must not listen to the words of that prophet or dreamer. The Lord your God is testing you to find out whether you love him with all your heart and with all your soul. 4 It is the Lord your God you must follow, and him you must revere. Keep his commands and obey him; serve him and hold fast to him. 5 That prophet or dreamer must be put to death for inciting rebellion against the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt and redeemed you from the land of slavery. That prophet or dreamer tried to turn you from the way the Lord your God commanded you to follow. You must purge the evil from among you."
There is no question that Christians will agree with Jews that someone is not to be accepted as a prophet immediately and must take a look as to whether or not they pass the test and are not guilty of idolatry. However, The question is regarding Yeshua, if he was a deceiver, why would God raise a deceiver from the dead. What we know from history is that God would not tolerate false prophecy in the TANAKH and those guilty of false prophecy would not raised up to deceive the people ever again.
What if resurrection of Jesus is actually a vindication of him and that he has God's stamp of approval. We know Muhammad is dead, as is Hare Krishna, Joseph Smith, Charles Taze Russell and of course eventually the Kansas City "Prophets" will eventually die, If they were true prophets, God would bring them back to vindicate them. However I don't see that happening.
I know there is a final resurrection at the end of days, but that doesn't speak of a prophet's vindication. Prophet or not, man will rise either to everlasting life, or everlasting death.
So again the question is, Why would Jesus be risen from the dead if he was a false prophet? If you consider the resurrection to count as something that is no value to prove Christ to you, there isn't anything else I can say.
I leave you to decide.