The name of this Hebrew angel is mentioned only once in the Quran.

        (Hebrew:Micha'el or Mîkhā’ēl; Greek: Μιχαήλ, Mikhaíl; Latin: Michael or Míchaël; Arabic:Mika'il).

       In the Hebrew Bible Michael is mentioned by name in the  Persian context of the post-Exilic Book of Daniel. There Michael appears as "one of the chief princes" (10:13) who in Daniel's vision comes to the angel Gabriel's aid in his contest with the angel of Persia, and is also described there as the advocate of Israel and 

"great prince who stands up for the children of your (Daniel's) people" (10:21, 12:1). 

       The Talmud tradition rendered his name as meaning "who is like El (God)? (but literally "El's Likeness")" (compare the late prophet Micah), but according to Rabbi Simeon ben Lakish (AD 230–270), all the specific names for the angels were brought back by the Jews from Babylon, and many modern commentators would agree. 

       Michael is one of the principal angels in Abrahamic tradition; his name was said to have been the war-cry of the angels in the battle fought in heaven against Satan and his followers.

       He is such a significant angel in Jewish lore that he was honored as the patron angel of the nations (out of seventy, or seventy-two according to other sources) who did not fall from grace, his bias entirely understood since it favored God's Chosen People.

       Much of the late Midrash detail about Michael was transmitted to Christian mythology through the Book of Enoch whence it was taken up and further elaborated. In the British honours system, a chivalric order founded in 1818 is also named for these two saints, the Order of St Michael and St George. 

2: 98 Whoever is an enemy to Allah and His angels and apostles to Gabriel and Michael Lo! Allah is an enemy to those who reject faith.

Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 4.459        Narrated bySamura
The Prophet said, "Last night I saw (in a dream) two men coming to me. One of them said, "The person who kindles the fire is Malik, the gate-keeper of the (Hell) Fire, and I am Gabriel, and this is Michael."

       *** The Quranic Malik is from the Bible's Molech, the pagan god of the Ammonites to whom humans were sacrificed ***

Al-Tirmidhi HadithHadith 6056        Narrated byAbuSa'id al-Khudri
Allah's Messenger said, "There is no prophet who does not have two wazirs from the inhabitants of Heaven and two from the inhabitants of Earth. My two wazirs from the inhabitants of Heaven are Gabriel and Michael, and my two wazirs from the inhabitants of Earth are AbuBakr and Umar."
Tirmidhi transmitted it, saying this is a hasan gharib tradition.

       *** As usual, Muhammad is WRONG in his STATEMENTS above since Moses had only Aaron as his assistant and Jesus had twelve.

        Neither Moses nor Jesus had any assistants in heaven that one can find in the Bible or the New Testament. 

       Muhammad was able to get away with his MENDACITIES addressing his gullible, unlearned and illiterate audience who could neither challenge nor dare disagree with his deliberate LIES and FALLACIOUS statements ***

Sahih Muslim HadithHadith 1694        Narrated byAisha
AbdurRahman Ibn Awf asked Aisha (to tell him) the words with which the Apostle of Allah (peace be upon him) commenced the prayer when he got up at night. She said: When he got up at night he would commence his prayer with these words: 
O Allah, Lord of Gabriel, and Michael, and Israfil, the Creator of the heavens and the earth, Who knowest the unseen and the seen; Thou decidest among Thy servants concerning their difference. Guide me with Thy permission in the divergent views (which the people) hold about Truth, for it is Thou Who guidest whom Thou wilt to the Straight Path.