Prophet's journey popularly known as Meraj consists of two events, Isra and Meraj. Isra is his journey from Makkah to Jerusalem and is mentioned in the Quran. Meraj is his journey to heaven described in a Sunni Hadith, which of course does not mention Ali at all. Both the Sunni Hadith and your description of Meraj are, in my opinion, obviously the works of fanciful imagination which a Muslim must accept or he is a blasphemer. In other words they are popular mythology.
Can you further elaborate on your assertion that ""Ali is not Allah but Allah is Ali"? I think you mean that Allah is al-Ali
, the latter being one of the 99 names of Allah. But saying Allah is al-Ali is the same as saying Allah is Allah. Now why would you say that?
Ali a.s is not Allah swt but Allah swt is Ali (Most High)
You should never ever say that Allah is Ali
. I have made this clear, with explanations, in several posts on this forum.
Why not? I say it in the same manner as I say Allah is Rahman, Allah is Raheem and so on.
Another myth you are stating is about noor. Quran does not say that MuhamMmad and Ali are noor of Allah. In fact, Allah says in Surah Noor that He is the noor of the heavens and the earth. You may have hadith about this 'noor' business but it is mythology of your sect, created to give enhanced status to Ali. It is ghulu, extremism.
It is not myth but according to several Hadith it is mentioned that Mohamed sws and Ali a.s are Nur. By Allah's Nur I do not mean Part of Allah swt but created Nur the First creation. Shias believe Mohamed, Ali and Imams to be Allahs nur. Even some sunnis believe Rasulallah was Nur also and referring to him as Allah's nur in the right context was permissible. I apologize since I do not have the proper reply at present and references to support my claim and I do not want to quote Quran cause I have very limited knowledge and I may misinterpret it. I will request you to refer to the reply by shias and sunnis before labelling it as Ghulu.
Look at all the meanings of 'noor' showing all the instances of 'noor' in the Quran in this link of the Quran dictionary, http://corpus.quran.com/qurandictionary.jsp?q=nwr
Frankly, I have no idea what you mean by "noor" and I do not understand by what Allah means when He says that He is the "noor". I have yet to come across a satisfactory explanation despite numerous available interpretations.[/quote]
Nur refers to Light. There are different spectrums of light and degrees of intensity and travels in waves or particle according to physics. But Light is finite and Allah is infinite and is above all this. It could be a divine or spiritual light he could be referring or it could be symbolic, even i dont know.
If there is anything right is from Allah swt grace and all the mistakes are from me. I seek forgiveness from Almighty for my mistakes.