Well as you have chosen not to qualify your own statement, which you consider as fact, Let me share what I know as what has been percieved historically as an enlightened mind. First we had the Greeks as the epitome of Western Classical thought, with Aristotle leading his discursive either or method as the tool for interpreting reality, somehere along the line came Descartes with the mind body divide, to be overthrown by spinoza. Most of this placed the human ego as the center from which the world can be defined and interpreted.
Now, and this is important for the ignorant, apart from the Socratic dialactetic and from a time preceeding it, rose Advaita, with the text the Srimad Bhagwata, the book of Divine Love (of Lord Krishna) as the foremost philosophical text on Non Dualism, there was no contradiction in associating non dualist thought with divinity, for more than anything it removed the ego as the primary source of interpretation of the world . A cosmological constant was seen as the divine inspiration for samadhi. As with Zen(which holds the simplicity of nature as Truth) Advaita, non dualism asks for the removal of the "me" and holds God as truth, and that is similar for the Qur'an. This is a place of contemplation where there is no ego, no self, and in that monotheistic texts have their place in a discussion of tattagatha. Suchness is seen as being "near God", this is that.
Please note I will only engage in converstaions with fellow philosophers who are respectful of all bodies of thought and writing, whether they be a revealed text or a zen koan. By being disrespectful, you not only show your own ignorance, especially when talking of zen and mahayana buddhism which is a religion of compassion, you also subveret the very textx you claim to uphold.