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Allâhu ta’âlâ created all beings. Everything was non-existent. Allâhu ta’âlâ, alone, was existent. He always exists. He is not a being that came to existence afterwards. If He had been non existent before, there would necessarily have been a power to create Him. For, nonexistence of a power to create something non existent entails the continuation of the nonexistence of that nonexistent thing, so that it can never come to being. If the owner of power to create it existed, then Allâhu ta’âlâ is that eternal being who possesses the power. Conversely, if it should be argued that that creative power as well came into being afterwards, then it will have to have been created another power, which in turn perforce leads to an infinite number of creators.