Clear Proof showing Falseness of Shi’ism
There are so many points that can be cited to show the falseness of Shi’ism and that it was a deviation from real Islam that occured after the death of the Prophet (pbuh).
However, there is one point that stands out, a sincere Shiah follower will be able to see the deviation and the false basis of this sect. And that point is that the central belief in Shi’ism, namely, that there are twelve infallible Imams who alone have the right to rule the Muslims. Thus the first three Khalifs of Islam (Abu Bakr r.a., Umar r.a. and Uthman r.a.) were all (Maadhallah) apostates who by ruling without right, that is they usurped the right of the first of the twelve Imams, namely Ali r.a., they left the fold of Islam. As wild and contrary to the historical facts as this belief of is, it is very sad that they actually believe it.
They also belief after Ali r.a. only his off-spring could be Imams and there would be eleven more after the last one, the World would end. These Imams include Imams Hasan r.a. Hussain r.a., Imams Jafar Sadiq, Imam Baqir etc, whom even we Sunnis believe were pious and great men. However, we also believe that they themselves never held the belief the Shiahs hold about them and many lies have been falsely ascribed to these great men.
In any case, as great as the belief of the twelve Imams is for the Shiah and as pivotal as it is in their theology, it cannot be supported by a single verse of the Holy Qur’an. No where in the Holy Qur’an does it mention that Muslims must believe in twelve Imams or that they even exist. Any sincere Shiah follower, who truly fears Allah taala, will admit that this discrepency is so huge, the only explanation for it is to say that people of devious intentions, concocted this belief much later.
How can someone accept that Shi’ism is on the truth when one of its most central beliefs does not even exist in the Holy Qur’an?
If it does then prove it by quoting a single verse?
A true believer, loves the Holy Qur’an and knows the rank of this book and that it is divine and free from any defects or doubt, as Allah taala says Himself in the beginning verses of Sura Al-Baqara: “This is the Book in which there is no doubt…,”