Since it is not understood why the term “we“ is used in some verses of the Quran, many questions are asked regarding this matter. This subject may be handled as follows; Allah uses the first person singular term “I“ as well as the first person plural term “We“ for himself. This is something related to the linguistic structure of Arabic.
In Arabic and in some other languages sometimes the person may use the first person plural term “We“ for himself in order to express his sovereignty and greatness. However in Turkish ad in some other languages also we sometimes use the second person plural “You“ instead of the second person singular “You“ to emphasize respect and greatness. But it is not as widespread as using the second person plural “You“ for a single person we talk to.
Shortly, Allah is not humble; humbleness is a feature of the human beings. Allah uses this term to express his greatness, sovereignty and mightiness. Quran has been sent in Arabic and therefore there are linguistic features and expressions of Arabic in Quran. The oneness of Allah is the main message in the whole Quran and it is obvious in hundreds of verses in Quran.
Let us underline another point. Allah mentions about himself in Quran using both of the terms; the first person singular term “I“ as well the first person plural term `We“ especially to underline his greatness, sovereignty and mightiness. But when mentioning about Allah as the second person, the second person singular “You` is used instead of the second person plural “You“ or the third person singular “He“ is used, third person plural “They“ is never used. On the other hand it is mentioned about Allah in Quran maybe a thousand times as second or third persons. Even one of them is not second person plural or third person plural. Just as we stated in the beginning; this proves that it is a feature of the Arabic language.