This is Qamar Zaman understanding that Allah is the State/system set up as per Quran and is not a 'seperate entity'.
My thoughts on this are as follows:
The Quran describes to us a 'something' that we cannot comprehend because we are space and time bound creatures and 'He' is without form, not bound by space and time. Thus 'He' is beyond anything we can imagine and to imagine 'Him' would make 'Him' not 'Him', if you understand my meaning.
Something revealed the Quran to Muhammad as Muhammad could not and did not write it himself, so it makes sense that this something would address 'what' and 'who' 'it' is in this revelation. Thus we have the proper name for this 'something' as Allah and His attributes well described.
If this was the end of it then we are wasting our time. We must set up a just social and economic system based upon His teachings, ruled by His laws so in this sense our state becomes 'His' state but this does not mean He is the State or Allah means State. That is where your understanding overstretches to breaking point the words and meaning of the Quran and as it stands I cannot accept it.
I am reminded that the great Quran scholar, Ghulam Ahmed Parwez, has many detractors over his rendition of the Quran but when I read his I find very little that does not make sense or goes beyond the pale; he makes sense when Qamar Zaman and others do not and i have studied what they have written so it is not a blind dismissal.
That said, I will keep my mind open.