Who Created Allah Almighty? Why Doesn’t He Have Parents?

One of the most fundamental questions that humans have been asking since the beginning of time is: “Who created Allah?” While there are many different answers to this question, depending on one's religious or philosophical beliefs, Islam clearly states that Allah does not have parents and is Eternal; that is, Allah is Self-Existent, non-created, and has no beginning or end.

In Islam, the concept of Allah is central to the entire faith. The belief in the Oneness of Allah is the first of the five pillars of Islam. Muslims believe that Allah is the Creator of everything in the universe and that He neither has a beginning, nor an end, nor does He have any partners, relatives, or offspring. This concept is called Tawhid, which means the belief in the absolute Oneness of Allah.

According to Islamic teachings, Allah is an Absolute and Self-Sufficient Being Who created the universe from nothing. He is not bound by time or space, and therefore, does not need parents or any other external factors to exist. Allah is the Creator; He is not a created being, and there is no beginning or end to His Existence.

Islam teaches that Allah is the Originator of everything in the universe, and He is the ultimate source of all power and knowledge. In the Quran, it is stated that Allah is

“the First and the Last”

(Surah Al-Hadid 57:3).

Muslims believe that Allah is beyond human perception and that He cannot be fully comprehended by human beings. However, Allah has chosen to reveal Himself to humanity through His messengers and prophets, as well as through the Quran.

In Islam, the belief in Allah’s Eternal Existence is central to understanding the purpose of life. Muslims believe that the purpose of life is to worship Allah alone and to submit to His Will.

The Quran states:

“And I (Allah) did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.”

(AL-Dhariyat 51:56).

In conclusion, in Islam, it is clearly stated that Allah does not owe His Existence to anything or anyone, nor does He need anything beyond Himself to maintain His existence or to support Him. He is the Eternal (Ever-Living), Self-sufficient, Independent, and Self-Existent Lord. He is the Creator of everything in the universe. The belief in Allah’s Eternal Existence is central to understanding the purpose of life and the importance of submitting to His Will.