"No, I have not read the entire Quran"Wrong.
You have read Dhammapada and think Gautama was a messenger from God ?
That is contrary to what he taught.
You may choose to reinterpret buddhism, but there is no basis for your claim.
As for the Bhagavad Gita, which I have read in its entirety many times over fifty years, it teaches that there is no qualitative difference between the individual and God.
Do you agree with that ?
By making it clear that there is no qualitative difference between the individual and God, the Gita is effectively atheistic in the final analysis, which is why Krishna says to “renounce religious ritual and the flowery language of the Vedas, and come directly to Me”.
You could say that buddhism is the realistic , and Bhagavad Gita the idealistic, expressions of self realisation.
Both Buddhism and the Bhagavad Gita teach that self realisation requires no intermediaries, and that what is realised is one’s own nature.
No, I have not read the entire Quran, though I did study with the Mevlevi Sufi order, and excerpts of the Quran were included in our study. Obviously, the main focus of the Mevlevi is the writing of Rumi, also Attar and Hafiz.
“I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being.”
Please read/study the Quran, it is a systematic "Word of G-d" as is Nature a systematic "Wok of G-d", it is their system that convinces one beyond doubt that these are both authored by the same G-d.