"And there is none comparable to Him." Surah Ikhlas
Can this verse be interpret as ALLAH can not even be compared with something formless?
Like Energy or plasma?
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Allah has a form because the people in Jannah will be able to see him and that is indeed the greatest reward.
At-Tabaraani narrated in al-Mu‘jam al-Kabeer (6717)
Al-Bukhaari (6088) and Muslim (267)
Allah is beyond our capability to imagine.
"Say he is Allah - he's singular, Allah is unexpendable, he didn't give birth nor was he born, and comparable to him is no one." Al-Ikhlas (purity).
Cannot be compared to anything.
Although there is "al-mathal al-a'la", when you for example explain something about Allah by means of something else but you are not comparing, only explaining. You should read a book about Allah's names and attributes, like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Attributes-Important-Principles-Remember/dp/6035000789
Allah is Mighty and Wise.
No, according to Quran:
Surely Allah knows best.