Who is God in Islam?

Muslims believe that God has no partners or associates who share in His divinity or authority and that God is transcendent, unlike His creations, and thus has no physical form. Nor is God believed to exist in (or be represented by) any material object. A number of divine attributes or “names,” which serve to describe God, are found in the Qur’an. Some commonly known attributes include the Most Merciful, the Most Forgiving, the Most High, the Unique, and the Everlasting, among others.

"Say: He is Allah, the One" (Quran 112:1) -
"Allah, the eternally Besought of all" (Quran 112:2) -
"He begetteth not nor was begotten" (Quran 112:3) -
"And there is none comparable unto Him" (Quran 112:4) -
"And Allah brought you forth from the wombs of your mothers knowing nothing, and gave you hearing and sight and hearts that haply ye might give thanks" (Quran 16:78) -
"Vision comprehendeth Him not, but He comprehendeth (all) vision. He is the Subtile, the Aware" (Quran 6:103) -