God is the Light of the heavens and the earth.
The parable of His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp—
The lamp is in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star—
Lit from a blessed olive tree,
Neither eastern nor western,
Whose oil almost lights up,
Though fire should not touch it.
Light upon light.
God guides to His Light whomever He wishes.
God draws parables for mankind,
And God has knowledge of all things.
—Ayat an-Nur (the Verse of Light)
The Sun and The Wind, The Wrathful God, Lord of the Desert, The Fiery Breath, The Wind of Fury, The Breath That Cleanses the World, The Purifier, The Subduer, The Bringer of Judgment, The Incomparable, The Unattainable, The Beautiful, The Reinstater Who Brings Back All
Il Ashaari is the Sun and His domain is Light, beating down on the harsh desert sands. He is the taker of life and the judge of wicked men. His voice is like thunder and His followers are infused with radiant light and the power of the sun’s searing heat. He embodies the principles of growth, rebirth or renewal, and also the sun at high noon, looking down upon the mortal world to pronounce judgment and burn away evil.
Il Ashaari is the fierce one and true God of the desert people of El Malaki. He is the fiery breath that burns the cities of the infidels to dust. He sweeps them away with a single word.
Humble submission to God’s will, divine ordinances, and commandments is the center of life. He is the only God, creator of the universe, and the judge of humankind. He is unique and inherently one, all-merciful and omnipotent. The Book declares the glory of God, His inaccessible mystery, His various names, and His actions on behalf of those who worship Him.