If Jesus is God, who is he praying to? Remember I said that arevTrinitarians. Trinitarians means although God is one, he’s not a single person. We believe the Father, the Son, Holy Spirit are eternally distinct persons who speak and communicate with one another and yet exist as one God. God doesn’t exist like us. You and I both agree, according to your own Quran Surah 42:11-12 and Surah 112:4, the Quran says there’s nothing comparable to Allah or God, nothing like God in creation. The triune God is unlike anything in creation because there’s nothing in creation that’s one being and three persons. So God’s existence is beyond ours. He’s one God but Father, Son, Holy Spirit because they’re distinct persons. They communicate with one another or as you said “Jesus prays to the Father.” He’s not the father, he’s praying to the father.
Because we don’t believe Jesus is the father, but Jesus is the son of the father and Father, Son and Holy Spirit together exist as one God, they can communicate with one another. And Jesus on earth, as a man, can pray to the Father. So he’s praying to the father and the father speaks to the son. I can understand it as a Trinitarian, as a Christian who believes one God, three persons, who communicate with one other.
Since you believe Allah is not triune, Allah is not father, son, Holy Spirit, Allah is a singular person, who does your God pray to when he prays for individuals such as your prophet? Surah 33:56 Unfortunately in your translation, if you’re reading the English translation, the translator will not translate what the Arabic words mean but you know Arabic and if your mother’s listening she knows Arabic, she will confirm this to you. Any Muslims is gonna be able to tell you what the word means. Surah 33:56 says “Verily Allah and his angels pray (Arabic “yusalloona”) for the Prophet. O true believers do you also pray for him and salute him with a respectful salutation?” It says Allah with the angels pray. They’re praying for your prophet. Surah 33:43 says “it is he who prays (Arabic “yusallee”) for you and his angels. Surah 2:157 says this “salawatu” or the “prayers” of Allah and his mercy be on you.