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"Surely those who hide from people the clear proofs and guidance, which we clarified in the Book (Qur'an), will be cursed by Allah and all those who curse." (2:159)

Edited by Fatah-Momin

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10:38. Or do they say: "He has forged it'' Say: "Bring then a Surah like unto it, and call upon whomsoever you can besides Allah, if you are truthful!''

Shia answer to Allah[swt] is the filth below, May Allah's curse be on the person who wrote, on the people who who gave revered status to the originator and on th people who follow this filth.


History of "SURA WILAYAT"

One of the most famous and respected Shi'ite scholars, from

Najaf, Mirza Husain bin Muhammad Taqi An-Nawari At-Tabarsi, wrote

in 1292 A.H. the book faslul-Khitaab fee Ithbatti Tahreefi Kitaab

Rabbil-Arbaab (The Decisive Say on the Proof of Alteration of the Book

of the Lord of Lords). In this book he compiled hundreds of texts writ-

ten by Shi'ite scholars in different eras alleging that the Qur'an has

been tampered with, that there have been both additions to it and

omissions from it.

At-Tabarsi's book was printed in Iran, in 1298 A.H., and its

appearance attracted much attention, frustrating the intention of cer-

tain Shi'ites that their doubts about the authenticity of the Qur'an

should be restricted to the elite of religious scholars and personalities.

They preferred that these allegations not be brought together in a

single volume, and widely disseminated, as it could be used as a proof

against them by their opponents. When the scholars made public their

criticism, At-Tabarsi responded with another book entitled Raddu

ba'dush-Shubahaati 'an Faslil-Khitaabi fee Ithbatti Tahreefi Kitaabi

Rabbil-Arbaab (Refutation of Some Specious Arguments Regarding the

Decisive Say on the Proof of Alteration of the Book of the Lord of the

Lords). He wrote this defense of his original book two years before his

death. In order to show their appreciation of his contribution to the at-

tempt to prove that the Qur'an had been altered, the Shi'ites buried

him in one of their most prominent religious shrines, at Najaf.

Among the proofs offered by At-Tabarsi in his attempt to show

that the Qur'an had been altered, was a quotation from what the

Shi'ites consider to be a missing part of the Qur'an, called by them

Suratul-Wilaayah (see the following page). It mentions the granting of

wilaayah (sovereignty) to 'Ali as follows: "O believers, believe in the

Prophet and the wali, the two whom We sent to guide you to the

straight path..."

Edited by Fatah-Momin

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The Supreme Islamic Council of Shi'tes in Lebanon issued the following Fatwa:

Question 1:

السؤال : هل القرآن الذي بين ايدينا محرّف؟

الجواب: السؤال هو أن القرآن الموجود بأيدينا هل هو نفسه الذي نزل على الرسول (صلى الله عليه وآله) لم يزد ولم ينقص. وهذا الموضوع لا يمكن أن يستشهد عليه بروايات الرسول أو الائمة أو كلام الصحابة وانما يصح أن يصدر عنهم أن ما هو موجود في عهدهم هو نفس القرآن المنزل ويكفي في ذلك الروايات الكثيرة التي تتجاوز المئات التي تحرض وتحث على قراءة هذا القرآن والتمسك به والعمل به وارجاع كل حديث اليه راجع نهج البلاغة والكافي فالحديث في ذلك أكثر من أن يحصى. وأما أن تجد في كلامهم ما يدل على أن القرآن لا يمكن لأحد أن يحرفه ويبدله فهذا لم يصدر لا من الله ولا من الرسول ولا من الأئمة (عليهم السلام) ولا يدعيه أحد

Is the current (version of) Qur'an, which is in our hands, distorted?


The question is whether the (version of) Qur'an presently in our hands is the same (version) which was revealed to the Messenger [saw] without any additions or deletions.

There is no way to quote a textual evidence out of the narrations by the Messenger or the Imams or the Companions. However; it is right to say that they could have said that whatever they had in their era was the exact Qur'an which was revealed. It suffices in this respect that there are narrations exceed hundreds stem and encourage the recitation of this Qur'an, to hold on to it, act upon it, and refer each Hadith back to it. See Nahjul-Balaghah and al-Kafi (for this matter). The amount of narrations therein is more than one can count. But, to find in their speeches what may indicate that the Qur'an cannot be altered or changed by anyone, then no. This has not been said neither by Allah, His Messenger, nor the Imams [xx] and (actually) no one can claim that.



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Shia Holy Books After The Quran.

As Muslims, we believe in the finality of Prophethood and the finality of the Holy Books. Prophet Muhammad (s) is the final Prophet. The Quran is the final Holy Book of Allah.

The Shia reject both of these central tenets of Islaam. They extend the Prophethood through their Imams, who are superior to Prophets.

The Shia also believe in holy books after the Quran, including the Mushaf Fatima (Book of Fatima), Al-Jamia, and Al-Jafr (The Parchment). There are many Shia Hadith on this topic, and I shall reference them.


These Shia Hadith are in the most important of the four books of Shia Hadith, Al-Kafi. You can look at these Shia Hadith yourself at this site:


I strongly urge you to click on that link so you can see all of this for yourself from the most reliable Shia website on the internet; I do NOT want you to take my word for it, but rather to see it for yourself from this Shia website where they brazenly show their Hadith about these holy books after the Quran that their Imams possess and these books have more than the Quran in them!


Or you can see where the Shia scholars explain what these Holy Books are at [not allowed], the popular Shia website:

http://www.[not allowed]/

In Islaam, no other person after Prophet Muhammad (s) is allowed to get Wahi (Divine Revelation). Anyone who claims to get divine inspiration through Angel Jibrael (as) is a liar and a Dajjal. The Shias are accusing Bibi Fatima (ra) of being a Dajjal, Nauzibillah! The Shia have "Hadith" that Bibi Fatima (ra) would recieve divine inspiration from none other than Angel Jibrael (as) just like the Prophet (s) did.

I will now show the Shia Hadith so that you can see for yourself. These Shia Hadith are from the one of four Shia books of Hadith, Al-Kafi. My commentary is in italics and in brackets. Again, you can view the Shia Hadith yourself (please do!) at the Shia website I gave you before:

H 635, Ch. 40, h 1

The Imam (a.s.) then said, "O abu Muhammad, with us there is al-Jami'a. What do they know what al-Jami is?" I then asked, "May Allah take my soul in service for your cause, what is al-Jami'a? The Imam (a.s.) said, it is a parchment seventy yards by the yards of the Messenger of Allah long that contains his dictations that is engraved in to with the right hand writing of Ali (a.s.). It contains all the lawful and unlawful and all matters that people need, even the law of compensation...[even for] a scratch caused to a person. [Deriving laws from a Holy Book other than the Holy Quran is Kufr. And there is no law in the Quran for a scratch caused by a person, so this hadith is saying that Al-Jami contains more than the Quran!] He then stretched his hand to me and asked, 'May I, O abu Muhammad?' I then replied, "May Allah take my soul in service for your cause, I am all at your disposal." He pinched me with his hand and said, "Even there is the law of compensation for this."

The Imams (a.s.) remained silent for a while and then said, "With us there is al-Jafr (the parchment). What do they know what al-Jafr is? I then asked, "What is al-Jafr (the parchment or a container) ?" The Imams (a.s.) said, "It is a container made of skin that contains the knowledge of the prophets and the executors of their wills and the knowledge of the scholars in the past from the Israelites." [The Quran does not contain this, so again, the Shia believe in a holy book superior to the Quran.]

The Imams (a.s.) remained silent for a while and then said, "With us there is the book (Mushaf) of Fatima, (a.s.). What do they know what Mushaf of Fatima is? The Imam (a.s.) said, "Mushaf of Fatima is three times bigger than your Quran. There is not even a single letter therein from your Quran." [The Mushaf Fatima is THREE times as big as the Quran!? Obviously, the Shia holy books are superior and bigger than the Quran. Astagfurallah!]

H 636, Ch. 40, h 2

"The heretics will appear in the year one hundred twenty eight (745/746AD) because I have found it in the Mushaf of Fatima (a.s.)." [Can anyone find this prophecy in the Quran? Again, the Mushaf Fatima is better than the Quran, with much more knowledge in it than the Quran.] The narrator has said that he asked the Imams (a.s.), "What is Mushaf of Fatima?" The Imams (a.s.) said, "When Allah took the Holy Prophet (s.a.) from this world, it caused such a degree of grief to Fatima (a.s.) that only Allah, the Most Holy, the Most High, knows its extent. Allah then sent an angel to her to offer solace and speak to her. She complained about it to Amir al-Mu'minin Ali (a.s.) who asked her to inform him whenever she would find the angel speak to her. She then informed him when the angel came to speak. Amir al-Mu'minin Ali (a.s.) then would write down all that he would hear of the conversations of the angel so much so that his notes took the shape of a whole book." [subhanallah! The Shia believe that Fatima would recieve Wahi like a Prophet from an angel! And then she would narrate it to Ali who would be her scribe, just like the Prophet (s) would narrate his Wahi to scribes!]

H 639, Ch. 40, h 5

"It [Al-Jafr] is the skin of a bull which is full of knowledge." Then they asked the Imam (a.s.) about al-Jami'a. The Imam (a.s.) replied, "It is a parchment that is seventy yards long with a width of hide like that of the leg of a huge camel. It contains all that people may need. There is no case for there is a rule in it. In it there is the law to settle the compensation for a scratch caused to a person." [Again, better than the Quran.] The narrator has said that he asked the Imams (a.s.), "What is Mushaf of Fatima?" The Imam (a.s.) waited for quite a while. Then he said, "You ask about what you really mean and what you do not mean. Fatima (a.s.) lived after the Messenger of Allah for seventy-five days. She was severely depressed because of the death of her father. Jibril (a.s.) would come to provide her solace because of the death of her father. Jibril would comfort her soul. Jibril would inform her about her father and his place and of the future events and about what will happen to her children. At the same time Ali (a.s.) would write all of them down and thus is Mushaf of Fatima (a.s.)." [Astagfurallah, this is pure Kufr to believe that Fatima would get Wahi from Angel Jibrael! Risalat ended with the Prophet!]

H 640, Ch. 40, h 6

"With us there are such things that because of which we do not need people [but] instead people need us. With us there is a book that the Messenger of Allah had dictated and Ali (a.s.) had written it down. It is a book. In it there are all laws of lawful and unlawful matters."

H 641, Ch. 40, h 7

The Imam (a.s.) said, "I swear by Allah that with me there are two books in which there is the name of every prophet and the name of every king that would rule on earth." [This information is not in the Quran...again, this book is better than the Quran!]

How can the Shia then claim to be Muslim when they believe in holy books after the Quran and that someone other than the Prophet (s) recieved Wahi after him! This is pure Kufr.

As we will soon see in future posts, none of the fundamentals of the Shia faith are in the Quran and this is why the Shia need other holy books to derive their entire Akeedah from as opposed to the Quran, which is the fundamental book of guidance for the orthodox (Sunni) Muslim.


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Jabir reported that he heard Imam Baqir saying: 'No one can claim that he has compiled the Quran as Allah revealed except a liar. The only person to compile it and memorise it according to its revelation was Ali ibn Abi Talib and the Imams who succeeded him. (Usul Kafi: 1:228)

A man said that someone was reciting the Quran in the company of Imam Ja'far. The narrator said that he heard certain verses in the recitation which were not according to the recitation of the people. Imam Ja'far told the person reciting: 'Do not recite like this. Recite as the people recite until the (promised) Mahdi arrives. When the Mahdi arrives, he will recite the Quran according to its original revelation and the Qu,ran compiled by Ali will be brought forward. (Ibid: 2.622)

Allah says in Surah Ale Imraan (32):

"Certainly Allah has chosen Adam, Noah, the family of Abraham and the family of Imraan above the (families of the) worlds."

Allamah Ali ibn Ibrahim AI-Qummi - one of the early Shi'ite commentators of the Quran said concerning this verse:

'The Imam said: 'The words: "The family of Muhammed" were also revealed along with "the family of Ale Imraan." They (referring to the Companions of the Prophet S.A.W.) removed the words "The family of Muhammad" from the original text (Al-Qummi's commentary:308). The allegation of removing the words preempts any possibility of abrogation. It is clear that the commentary is accusing the Companions of the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) of distorting the Quran.

Allah says in Surah Taha (115):

"And We had given Adam an order before, but he forgot and We did not find any resolve in him (to disobey the order)."

Imam Ja'far is reported to have said that Allah had revealed this verse with the following words:

"We had ordered Adam before with some words about Muhammad, Ali, Fatima, Hassan, Hussain and the Imams from their offspring but he (Adam) forgot." Ja'far said: 'By Allah, these were the words which were revealed to Muhammad.' (Usul Kafi: 1:416 and the footnotes of Maqbool's translation: 637)

Allah says in Surah Yusuf (49):

"Then a year will come in which people will be given abundant help and they will press grapes." In AI-Qummi's commentary it is reported from Imam Ja'far that someone recited this verse in the presence of Ali. Ali said: 'What will they press'? Wine?' The person asked how he should read the verse. Ali replied that the verse was revealed thus: "Then a year will come in which people will he given abundant help and in which they will be given abundant rain. (Al-Qummi's commentary: 192)

The word Ya'siroon in the present Quran is in the active voice. According to this commentary it should have been read in the passive voice as Yu'saroon to alter the meaning. In the footnotes to the translation of Maqbool, it is written that this word (Ya'siroon) was changed from the passive voice to the active to suit the fancies of wine-loving khulafa (rulers). (Maqbool's translation: 479)

Allah says in Surah Muhammad (9):

"That is because they resented what Allah revealed, so Allah in turn cancelled their deeds." AI-Qummi has stated that Imam Muhammad Baqir said that Jibreel had transmitted this verse as: 'That is because they resented what Allah revealed about Ali.' But then the apostates removed Ali's name (from the Quran). (Ibid: 1011)

Allah says in Surah Waqi'ah (29):

"And the Companions of the Right Hand. What about the Companions of the Right Hand. They shall be among thornless lote-trees and under clusters of bananas."

One person recited this verse in the presence of Ali. Ali said that the word Talh is not.appropriate and should read Tal'a as in Surah Shu'araa (.........). Some enquired as why the word should not be changed. Ali replied that it was not the right time to do so because correcting the Quran would only confuse common people. He went on to say that among the Imams, only Imam Mahdi will have the right to reintroduce the Quran as it was during the time of the prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). (Ibid: 1067)

Abu Mansur Ahmed Tibrisi, a prominent Shi'ite scholar of the 8th century , has written:

'Enumerating the distortions and omissions of this sort (from the present Quran) would become laborious and it will disclose what Taqiyyah (Shi'ite practice to conceal the 'truth' for religious purposes) requires me not to disclose: the good qualities of Allah's friends and the vices of His enemies. (AI-Ihtijaj by Tibrisi: 1:254)

Mullah Muhsin Kashani, an 11th century Shi'ite scholar comments on the above quoted statement:

'It is clear from all of these traditions and quotations from the Family of the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) that the present Quran is not the complete Quran which was revealed to the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). In fact, there are verses that contradict that which was revealed; verses that have been distorted and places where omissions have been made such as the names of Ali, the Family of Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) and, on several occasions, there were the names of the hypocrites. Moreover, the present order of the Quran is not according to the preferred order of Allah and His Messenger. Ali ibn Ibrahim (a renowned commentator) also holds this opinion.' (Tafseer of Saafi: l:32)


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Actually, Fatima lived seventy-five days after the Prophet's death; when she was intensely depressed, Gabriel would visit and condole her on the Prophet's death. He would cheer her up by mentioning the good situation her father was enjoying, and tell her what would come to pass after her death. Imam Ali (A.S.) wrote what Gabriel said, and this is Fatima's book.

It continues to argue:

There remains a need for an explanation of what is meant by "It was revealed to her."

This explanation can be derived from the Quranic verses that revelation is not confined to prophets; but rather Allah, the Exalted, reveals to some chosen people as mentioned in the following verses:

A. "So Zakariya came out to his people from his chamber; told them by signs to celebrate God's praises in the morning and in the evening." (19: 11)

B. "So He completed them as seven firmaments in two days, and


He assigned to each Heaven its duty and command." (41: 12)

C. 'And behold! 1 inspired the Disciples to have faith in Me and Mine Apostle." (5: 114)

D. "Remember thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): '1 am with you; give firmness to the Believers." (8: 12)

E. "And thy Lord taught the bee to build its cells in hills." (16: 68)

F. "So we sent this inspiration to the mother of Moses: 'Suckle (thy child)." (28: 7)

G. "And indeed We conferred a favor on thee another time (before)" (20: 38)

Moreover, these verses state that revelation is not confined to mankind, but it also includes other creatures such as: the Heavens, the Disciples, the angels, the bees, and Musa's mother.

Therefore, there can be no doubt that Allah, the Exalted, sent revelations to the Mistress of Women and daughter of the Master of Prophets, as he revealed to Musa's mother or Maryam Bint Imran.

In conclusion, Fatima's book is enormous, and includes detailed information about the legal punishments and the Islamic penal code, whether major or minor.

It was also declared that her book lists the names of kings who ruled and will rule on Earth until the Day of Resurrection. All this was according to the will of Allah the Knowing, the Omniscient. The book also contains descriptions of all-important events that will take place throughout history.

Fatima's book was not a Quran, as is clearly stated in the traditions of Ahlul-Bayt, in spite of the claims of the enemies of the Shiite who argue that the Shiites believe in another divine book called Fatima's book, with the intention of undermining their authentic faith.

the word inspired as explained in english dictionary

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1 Mi ibne lbrahim~-Qiimmi relates from Ab a Zar'e Ghaffari that the Holy Prophet, in conunenting on the verse "Yauma Tabyazzat wojoohohum", said: On the Resurrection Day my people will come to me under five different standards and I will ask the group under each standard about what they have done with the Two Precious Legacies which I left among you, ie. The Thaqalain? The people under the first standard will reply, "Of the two precious things which you left behind, the greater one we have distorted and thrown behind our backs and ignored, and the lesser one we opposed or hated" The group under the second standard will reply, "Of the Two Pre~ious Ones, the greater (the Qur'an) we distorted and tore to pieces and went against it, and the lesser one we opposed and waged war against it"

2 Thne Taoos and Seyyed Nairnatullali Jazairi, the two prominent Shia traditionalists relate a lengthy tradition that the Holy Prophet declared to Hozaifatibnul Yamaani that the person who profanes the sanctuary of Islam would make people deviate from the path of God, would distort His Book and would alter the Sunnat (traditions) of the Holy Prophet

3 Sa'd ibne Abdullah-e-Qummi quotes the Fifth Holy Imam of the Ahiul-Bait, Muhammad ibne Ali Al-Baqir, that the Holy Prophet called th~ people of Mina and said: Oh people! I am leaving among you Two precious things and if ye adhere to these ye will never go astray: namely the Book of God and my AhIul- Bait. And, beside these Two, here is the Ka'ba, the Sanctuary (the Holy House) Then the Holy Imam said' "The Book they have distorted, the Jtrat (the AhIul-Bait) they have killed and the Ka'ba they have destroyed, and all the things of God that were with them they threw away and detached themselves from them."

4 Shaikh-e-Sadooq asserts in his Khisaal, through Jabir ibne Abdullab-e-Ansari, that the Holy Prophet said that on the Resurrection Day three entities would complain, the Guran, the Mosque and the Itrat The Quran would say, "Oh my Lord! They distorted me and tore me to pieces." The Mosque would say, "Oh my Lord! They kept me and spoiled me." The Itrat would say, "Oh my Lord! They killed us, drove us out of our homes and made us wander hither and thither."

5 The tradition told by Kaafi and Sadooq from Mi ibne Sowaid says that he wrote to the Seventh Holy 'main, Musa ibne Jafar al-Kazim, while he was in prison and received the following reply: "They were ent"usted with the Book of God and they distorted and altered it."

6 Thne Shhhr Aashoob tells that the Third Holy 'main, Husain ibue Mi, while addressing the enemy army on the day of Aashoora, said:

Ye are of the same rebellious party and the remnant of the infidel allies (against the Holy Prophet), and the remnant of those who threw out the Book (the Holy Qur'an) and were inspired by Satan and the gang of criminals and of those who distorted the Book

7 In the book, Kacirnilur Ziyarah it is said that the Sixth Holy 'main, Jafar ibne Muhammad As-Sadiq, prescribed the following prayer for the pilgrims who entered the shrine of the Holy Irnam~ Hnaain: "Oh God! Curse those who deny Thy Prophets, destroyed Thy House (the Ka'ba) and distorted Thy Book."

8 It is said that the Sixth Holy 'main~ Jafar ibne Muhammad As-Sadiq, said, "The masters of the Arabic language distorted the Word of God from its proper place."




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The Shi'a & Qur'an

One of the major "Battle Fields" between Muslims & Shi'ites is the later's belief regarding the authenticity of the Holy Qur'an which Allah [swt] promised to guard till the Day of Reckoning from any changes, saying: 15:9. "We have, without doubt, sent down the Message; and We will assuredly guard it (from corruption)".

Disbelieving to the contrary leads to the denial of the entire Qur'an and abolishing the Shari'ah which is based on it mainly because, such belief puts every single verse under the probability of being distorted, and under such a probability no faith can be founded because faith cannot be established on probabilities, but on certainty.

As for the Shi'ites, they have a different views on the matter as we shall discover.

(1) What is the generally accepted Shi'ites view on the authenticity of the Qur'an?

The Shi'a, like the Muslims, believe that the Qur'an is the Words of Allah [swt]. However, unlike Muslims, they believe the distortion occured in the Qur'anic text as it occured in the past scriptures. Their authentic books contain over 2000 narration from their "INFALLIBLE" Imams verifying, affirming and confirming their theory of "Tahreef" (Distortion). To date, we are not aware of any Shi'a scholar who denies this theory in a whole and/or in part. To ascertain of this fact, we invite those who are unaware of this matter, Muslims or Shi'ites, to check and verify on their own, the sources contained herein. To illustrate, we will break the evidence into four catagories:

1. Statements from Shi'a scholars regarding the Tahreef, 2. Narration from the "INFALLIBLE" Imams, 3. Distortion of the meaning. 4. Examples of such distortions.


In the earliest Shi'i Tafaseer, which is the source and base for all Tafseer books, al-Qummi clearly states the belief of the Shi'ites regarding the authenticity of the Book of Allah saying:

"Therefore, part of the Qur'an is an Abrogator and Abrogated, part is clear (Muhkam) and part is ambiguous (Mutashabih), part is in the general context, and part is particularized, part of it was placed forward and part is placed in the rear, part of it is severed and part of is connected, part of it is a letter in a place of another, and part of it is contrary to the manner revealed by Allah"

Tafseer al-Qummi, Introduction, vol.1, p.17

The said "august" Tafseer book was commended by the majority Shi'i scholars and, as Sayyid Tayyib Musawi al-Jaza'iri, wrote in its "Introduction":

"First: This Tafseer is the base of so many other Tafseer books.

Second: The narration contained therein are from the two Sadiqs [as] (Imam Abu Ja'far & Imam Abu Abdallah) with the least medium of narrators, hence, author of al-Thari'ah (ila Tasaanif Ash-Shi'a: Agha Buzurg At-Tahrani) said: "In fact, it is the Tafseer of the two Sadiqs [as]".

Third: The author lived during the era of Imam al-Hasan al-'Askari [as].

Fourth: His father, who reported these narration to his son, was a companion of Imam Rida [as].

Fifth: (the book) Contains a wealth of knowledge on the virtues of Ahlul-Bayt [as] of which their enemies attempted to remove from the Holy Qur'an".

Sixth: (the book) Took care of clearing the meaning of so many misunderstood verses only through the guidance of Ahlul-Bayt, the Qur'an reciters".

The very next Tafseer which is another pillar in Shi'asm is Tafseer al-Ayyashi, who was one of al-Kash-shi's Sheikhs, and in the same rank of Thiqatul-Islam al-Kulayni, as ranked by At-Tahrani in his al-Thari'ah vol4, p.295. Al-Ayashi wrote in the "introduction" of his Tafseer, quoting the "Infallible" Abu Ja'far:

"Narrated Maysar from Abu Ja'far [as]: If it wasn't for the adding and deleting in the Book of Allah, our right (in Imamah - leadership) would've been clear for anyone with a sound mind".

Tafseer al-Ayyashi, Muhammad bin Mas'oud al-Ayyashi, Introduction

al-Bahrani wrote in his Tafseer al-Burhaan:

Know, that the truth which there is no way around it, because of the multi-narrations (mutawatir) and other, is that the Qur'an which we have in our hands today, has suffered some changes after the Messenger of Allah [pbuh]. That those who collected it after him, have dropped and deleted many words and verses, and that the protected Qur'an from such changes and agreeable to the revelation of Allah Ta'ala is the one which was collected by Ali [as] and guarded until it reached his son al-Hasan [as] and so on until it ended in the possession of al-Qa'im (Mahdi) [as] who has it with him today.

Therefore, and in accordance to a clear narration which we will soon mention, when Allah the Exalted knew, in His perfect pre knowledge, that such evil deeds will be perpetrated by those who mischief in Religion, that whenever they see a clear declaration against their interests but beneficial to him (Ali) and his purified offspring [as], they will drop it immediately or distort it by changing.

When it was of His perfect Will and comprehensive Subtle, to guard the issue of al-Imamah and Walayah, and to protect the aspects of the virtues of him [pbuh] and the Imams [as] in a manner that will be safe from the mess of the people of wasting and distorting, but at the same time, keeps to the people of truth the (hidden) meaning and maintain the charge, He did not contend only with what was clear in His Glorious Book, but made the overwhelming majority of such declarations in accordance with the inner meanings and exegetic methods but within the frame of what the outer revelation leads to. He further alluded to many of the proofs by way of signaling and expression of signs and allegories, thus His proofs on the creation is established even after its dropping by those who dropped them after they were clear in the best manner.

........ It is very clear and obvious to me in conclusion, the truthfulness of this theory (i.e the distortion of the Qur'an) after all the research and examination of the evidences to the point we can say it is part of the necessary beliefs of the Shi'ite Madhhab, and that it is one of the major consequences of usurping the Khilafah, so contemplate on it"

al-Burhaan fee Tafseer al-Qur'an: Sayyid Hashim At-Tubari al-Bahrani, Introduction: the second premise, volume 1, p.36, last paragraph, p. 49.

(2) Before continuing any further, some Shi'ites deny they ever believed in the theory of Tahreef, and strongly condemn it. Further, they have an evidence that some of their scholars also condemned this awful belief. How do you respond to them?

It is hard to imagine a single Shi'ite who does not believe that the Qur'an has been distorted by the Companions of the Messenger of Allah [saw], unless such a person is a newly made Shi'ite. Like all the ancient mysteries, the Shi'ites gradually present the fine secrets of their faith to the candidate and in accordance to their reception's ability.

On the other hand, when their belief became exposed to the Muslims, and the Shi'a were rejected as the body rejects waste, some of their Rabbis met to discuss and find away out of this delimma, agreed to conceal their true beliefs, and to clad their religion the garment of Taqiyyah to deceive the Muslims. The very first Rabbi who denied the Distortion theory was Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, whome the Shi'ites called As-Sadooq (the Truthful)- died 381h -. Nevertheless, while the pros supported their stand with over 2000 evidence, as Rabbi Ni'matallah al-Jaza'iri stated, he did not produce a single narrartion from their "Infallible" Imams that proves the contrary. Let us examine what he wrote:

"Our belief is that the Qur'an which Allah the Exalted sent to His Messenger Muhammad [pbuh] is what in between the two boards, and is what the people have in their hands, no more than that. Its total chapters for the people (i.e, the Muslims) is one hundred and forteen chapters, and to us (i.e, the Shi'ites) the chapters of "Ad-Duhaa" (93) and "Alam Nashrah" (94) is one chapter, and chapters "Li Eelaaf" (106) and "Alam Tara Kayfa" (105) are one chapter. He whom attributes to us the say that we believe there is more than that, is a liar. The narrations reported in the rewards for reading every chapter of the Qur'an, the reward for reading the entire Qur'an, the permissibility to read two chapters in a single Rik'ah, the outlawing of reading two Sura in a single rak'ah of Fard (salat) testifies to our claim regarding the Qur'an, i.e, the extent of it is what the people have in their hands. Furthermore, the narrations outlawing the recitation of the entire Qur'an in a single night, that such endeavor should not be in less than three days is a further testimony to our claim"

al-I'tiqaadaat: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, Iran 1224 ed.


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Shia belief: Real Quran is with Imam Mahdi and he will bring it with him when he make Zahoor.

Allah say about people who hide Quran from other people

"Surely those who hide from people the clear proofs and guidance, which we clarified in the Book (Qur'an), will be cursed by Allah and all those who curse." (2:159)


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"In the later times, a group will appear, called as Rafidha/Raafzi (SHIA). They will reject the Islam". (Masnad Ahmed, Vol#1, Page#103)

Shia respected scholar Husain al-Nuri al-Tabarsi says: "It has been narrated from many of the Rawafid of times gone by that the present Qur'an is not the one which was revealed upon Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.). it has been altered, and many words added on and omitted." (Faslul Khitab fi Tahrif Kitab Rabb al-Arbab pge 32).


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"Quran was changed by Alcholic khalifs [ Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman(ra)] [naouzobillah]

Translation Maulivi Maqbool Hussain Dehlvi Para 12 #384



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Assalamu 3ala man itaba3a Al-Houda,

May Allah curse this Rafidi priest "Fayd Al-Kashani" who wrote in his well known Tafsir Al-Safi a WHOLE INTRODUCTION about the open Kuffr of these pigs concerning the Quraan. For everybody who wants to read this concentrated Kuffr on one page:

And here is another aspect of this Rafidi Kuffr:

"As for what shows you that it (the Quraan) is CONTRADICTIOUS, it is His saying:

If ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly with the orphans, marry women of your choice" [btw, in the Arabic original, this cursed priest even quotes the Arabic verse wrong...]and there is no similtude between treating the orphans justly and marrying women and not every woman is an orphan, so it (the verse) is from what I have mentioned above from the Quraan that has been deleted by the Munafiqeen AND BETWEEN "ORPHANS" AND "MARRYING WOMEN" THERE ARE LECTURES AND STORIES THAT MAKE UP A THIRD OF THE QURAAN."

After that this Kaffir continues by saying that he could continue showing much more from what was deleted and manipulated, however his Taqiyya prohibits him from doing so.

Is there still anybody who doubts that these children of Ibn Saba' are Kuffar?

wa salamu 3ala man itaba3a Al-Houda


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......most certainly the Qur'an which is in our presence is not the complete Qur'an as it was revealed to Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam)......

Most certainly many things have been omitted from it.

(Tafseer-e-Safi: A Book of Shi'ism)


In fact, We fling the Haqq against batil (falsehood) and it (the Haqq) smashes out its (falsehood's) brains. And, suddenly it (batil) disappears. For you (the propounders of batil) there is the great calamity (of the punishment of Jahannum and Loss in the Akhirah) because of that (batil) which you are uttering). (Surah Ambiya)

If Haqq (Truth) had to submit (and follow) their vain desires, then most assuredly, the heavens, the earth and all therein would have perished. (Surah Mu'minoon)

This (The Qur'an) is a Revelation from Allah The Merciful, The Most Merciful. It is a Book, the verses of which have been explained - it is an Arabic Qur'an - for people who understand. It is a bringer of good news and a warner, but most of them have turned away (from it), thus they do not heed. (Surah Muhammad)

The Qur'an ul Hakeem being the primary, the first and highest source of Islam is an axiomatic truth for this Ummah of Islam. The Ummah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alaihe wasallam), the follower of the illustrious Sahabah of Muhammad (Sallallahu alaihe wasallam), require no testimony and no proof for the eternal and transcendental that the Qur'an had withstood and will withstand all evil and pernicious motives and designs which people and sects of batil have attempted and will attempt to cast at it. The authenticity and purity of the Qur'an are indisputable and irrefutable. Every Muslims accepts this. Every Muslim knows and understands well that, for a Mu'min, interpolation and alteration in relation to the Qur'an are impossibilities. Muslims believe that the Qur'an will never be altered and that it will remain intact in its original purity in both text and meaning for all time to come. ALlah Ta'ala has guaranteed the maintenance of the Qur'an authenticity. Thus, the Qur'an Majeed declares:

"We have revealed the Thikr (the Qur'an) and, most certainly, We are its Protectors."

Every Muslim believes that a person who casts aspersions at the authenticity of the Qur'an, cannot be a Muslim. Every Muslims knows that it is only an enemy of Islam who can with temerity assert that the Qur'an contains fabrication. It is non but a kafir who will claim that the Qur'an had been altered, mutilated, interpolated, fabricated and destroyed.

Those who assert that the Qur'an- the present Qur'an are the Shiahs. IN the ensuing pages this claim will be adequately and conclusively proven so that Muslims divest themselves of the many wrong notions and attitudes which have minds as a result of a loud "Islamic" and "religions" slogans which Khomeini, his clergy and Shiah sympathizers are shouting. This incessant clamor of "religious" Shiah slogans is devious and pernicious political goals.

To Khomeini, Islam's highest goal is politics- the type of politics envisaged by Khomeini- the type of politics in which mobs and hoodlums constitute fundamental organs of operation. Thus, Khomeini was brought to power by mobs of a variety of political concepts. Proclaiming his political religion, Khomeini declared on 18th September 1979:

"Islam is a political religion whereby everything, even its forms of worship and its ritual prayers have a political nature."

On the 17th September 1979, Khomeini stated:

"The religion of Islam is a political religion in which everything has a political dimension even its form of worship." (Khomeini's views on the Particularities of Divine Religions).

The very inception of Shi'ism was political. Shi'ism was spawned by politics of an evil kind. Wordily politics of despicable motives were the seeds of Shi'ism, the movement which grew out of the murder of Ameerul Mo'mineen, Sayiduna Uthman (Radiallahu anhu). The first act of the conspiracy of Shi'ism was the murder of Hadhrat Uthman (Radiallahu anhu). Thus the attitude of murder and anarchy, form a continuous chain in the history of Shi'ism, from the murder and anarchy which clouds Shi'ism, be in the Iran, Iraq or Lebanon.

Since Islam is a political conception according to the Shiahs, they interpret the teaching of Islam on the basis of their narrow political attitudes and motives. It is on the basis of this narrow, worldly and political interpretation of Islam that Shiahs are able to justify their false and fabricated views and opinions of Islam, the Qur'an and the Sahabah. But, the Qur'an upholds the Islam accepted by the great Ummah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alaihe wasallam) as expounded by the illustrious Sahabah. The Qur'an which we posses does not support Shi'ism, hence it was necessary for the Shi'ah priests to dismiss the Qur'an as a fabrication of the Sahabah (radhwanullah alahim).

Today, in the Shi'ah world, Khomeini and his clergy are at pains to allay Muslims fears and suspicions on this score. Fully aware that all Shiah authorities deny the authenticity and validity of the present Qur'an - Khomeini, under covert of the Shiah doctrine of Taqiyyah (Holy Hypocrisy), assert that the Qur'an is 'authentic'. This assertion is merely for the consumption of unwary members of the Sunni world. Khomeini's assertion would have been worthy of consideration only if he proclaims the batil of all the Shiah authorities who categorically and very explicitly propagated the view of a fabricated and false Qur'an. It is meaningless and hypocritical for Khomeini to overly assert that our Qur'an is authentic while he lauds and believes in all those Shiah authorities who claim with great clarity that our Qur'an is fabricated and interpolated, and that the "true'' Qur'an does not exist with the Ummah.

Such devious hypocritical assertions are merely designed to dupe Muslims and are justified on the basis of the Shiah doctrine of Taqiyyah which is the beliefs allowing Shiahs to conceal their real beliefs and utter falsehood to mislead others. Insha'Allah, the Shiah doctrine of Taqiyyah will be explained and exposed in a separate treatise.

This political interpretation of Islam, which is in actual fact, the final goal and highest achievement of the Shiah horizon, permits the fullest operation of Shiah fraud and deceit countenanced by the doctrine of Taqiyyah. Shiah lies are sanctified and accorded the status of Ibadat if committed under cover of Taqiyyah to foster the political goals of Shi'ism. In the furtherance of Shi'ism aims and in the realization of Shi'i political aspirations, Khomeini and his clergy have realized that political domination in the name of Islam is a virtual impossibility without political domination in the name of Islam is a virtual impossibility there is no Ummah; without Sunnis there are no adherents of Islam, and without Sunnis there is no Islamic history. Shi'ism, at most, has been, and is, a thorn in the Flesh of Islam.

But Sunnis support can never be forthcoming if Sunnis know that true facts pertaining to Shi'ism. Among the true facts pertaining to Shi'ism, the most damning Shi'i beliefs of kufr is the charge that the Qur'an which the world of Islam reads and follows, is the fabrication of the Sahabah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alaihe wasallam). Khomeini knows that no Sunni can ever support his cause if it becomes publicly known and established that Shi'ism denies the authenticity of the Qur'an. It has, therefore, becomes imperative in Shi'i terms to draw a cover on the Shi'i belief of the fabrication of the Qur'an. In the achievement of this aim, the present Shiah clergy, not the least Khomeini, is fully manipulating the Shiah doctrine of Holy Hypocrisy (Taqiyyah) to dupe Muslims and allay their fears regarding the actual beliefs of Shi'ism pertaining to Qur'an ul Hakeem. Justification of hypocrisy is quite a simple matter for a Shiah priest, since such hypocrisy and concealment of the truth are acts of high Ibadat. In fact, such Taqiyyah is the rock-bed of Shi'ism and denies of Taqiyyah are in fact apostates in the Shiah religion. Thus, the desperate assertions of contemporary Shi'i religion priest regarding the authenticity of the Qur'an are calculated to appease the world of Islam and are justified on the basis of Taqiyyah. But they are all devoid or truth, sincerity and substance. And so shall the Shiah slogan remain as long as Khomeini and his clergy grant quarters in their beliefs and hearts for those Shiah authorities who explicitly proclaim that the Qur'an is a fabrication.

We have leveled a charge of kufr of the gravest magnitude against Shi'ism. We know it. It now develops upon us to present conclusive evidence to prove the grave charge brought by us against Khomeini and his ecclesiastic colleagues. This we present in the ensuing pages.

May Allah Ta'ala guide us and protect our Iman and the Iman of those who are exposed to the politico-religious propaganda emanating from Tehran, and aides by sympathizers who believe themselves to be among the Ahle-Sunnah.

Why Shi'ism Cannot Accept The Authenticity of the Qur'an

Shi'ism believes in the doctrine of the extension of Nubuwwah (Prophethood), i.e. Nubuwwah continues in the persons described as Imams by the Shi'i religion. The first such Imam according to Shi'ism was Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) who was the representative of Rasulullah. According to Shi'ism no one, but Ali (radhiallahu anhu) was supposed to have been the first Khalifah divinely appointed through the agency of Rasulullah . But, Hadhrat Ali, claim the Shiahs, was robbed and denied of the Khilafah. Shi'ism shamelessly propagates that Hadhrat Abu Bakr and Hadhrat Umar and then Hadhrat Uthman (radhiallahu anhum), in collusion and each in turn, usurped the Khilafat and thereby fraudulently suppressed the Divine Right of Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu).

The consequence of this supposed usurpation was the irtidad (becoming murtad) and kufr of Hadhrat Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman Muhammad . The present Qur'an - the Qur'an revealed to Muhammad -was collected and complied into book form by these three noble Companions and Khulafa of Nabi-e-Kareem . This is an irrefutable historical fact as evident as daylight to the World of Islam. It is an indisputable Islamic and historical fact the compilation of the Qur'an into book form was carried out by the Chief Scribe, Hadhrat Zaid Bin Thabit (radhiallahu anhu) who was convinced of the wisdom of compiling the Qur'an by Hadhrat Umar (radhiallahu anhu). But according to the Shiah clergy these illustrious Sahabah including the vast majority of Sahabah turned their backs on Islam when Rasuluallah died. We have already dealt with this heinous slander of the Shiahs in part 1 of the series, "The Truth About Shi'ism." It will suffice here to cite just two statements extracted from Al-Kafi, the book by the Shi'i authority Al-Kulyani:

"After Rasuluallah all people became murtads except three persons- Miqdad Bin Aswad. Abu Tharr Ghifari and Salman Farsi (radhiallahu anhu wabaratuhum)."

Referring to Hadhrat Abu Bakr (radhiallahu anhu) and Hadhrat Umar (radhiallahu anhu), Al-Kulyani attributes the following statements to Imam Baqir (one of the Shiah Imams):

"By Allah! These two were the first to settle on our necks (i.e. the necks of the Ahle Bait). May the la'nat of Allah, the Angels and of mankind be on these two."

(Kitabur Raudhah)

Thus, the logical conclusion-in Shi'i terms- of the alleged irtidad of the Khulafa-e-Rashideen and the Sahabah is the falsity of the Qur'an compiled by them. How can the Shiahs accept the authenticity of the Qur'an when the allege that those who compiled the Qur'an in book form were murtads and kafirs of the worst type?

The following narrations in the Shi'i book, Al-Kafi, illustrates the Shi'i denial of the present Qur'an- that the Qur'an which the Sahabah possessed was not the true Qur'an:

"Imam Ja'far Sadiq said: 'When Ali-alayhis salam-wrote and completed it (the Qur'an) he came to the people (i.e. the Sahabah) and said to them: This is the book of Allah Azza Wa Jal, as Allah has revealed it to Mohammad . The people said: This volume with us contains the Qur'an. We are not in need of it (i.e. the Qur'an of Ali). Then he (Ali) said: By Allah! After this day you will not see it."

Shi'ism thus teaches that the Qur'an which the Sahabah possessed was not the actual and true Qur'an and that the true Qur'an was the one compiled by Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu), but was rejected by the other Sahabah. As a result of their rejection, the true Qur'an went into concealment.

Which Is The True Qur'an ?

Kulyani, narrates the following statement which he attributes to Imam Baqir: "None among mankind but a great liar claims that he has compiled the whole Qur'an as it was revealed. No one compiled it nor memorized it as Allah revealed it, but Ali Bin Abi Talib and the Imams after him".

This is clear statement refutes the validity and authenticity of our Qur'an. It is clear from this statement that according to Shi'i belief

*All who claimed to have compiled the true Qur'an are great liars.

*None besides Hadhrat Ali (Radiallahu anhu) and the Shi'i Imams, compiled the Qur'an.

* Only Hadhrat Ali and the Shi'i Imams were Huffaz. Only they had memorized the Qur'an and all others who claim to have memorized the Qur'an are liars.

How glaring is the batil of Shi'i claim! The world of Islam had produced millions pf Huffaz. And all Huffaz are among the Ahlus Sunnah. Only Sunnis become Hafiz of the Qur'an- only Sunnis are able to accomplish this noble feat. Among Shiahs there are no Huffaz. This fact by itself exposes the hypocrisy and kufr of the Shiahs.

The logical conclusion of the aforementioned assertions appearing in Al-Kafi is that the Qur'an is our possession is a fabricated one, the true and authentic one having disappeared. Thus, in terms of Shi'i belief the Ummah of Islam was deprived of the authentic Qur'an from almost the very inception of Islam. With the demise of Rasulullah disappeared the Qur'an. For the past fourteen centuries, therefore, the Ummah has been making tilawat of a fabricated book- a book compiled by frauds and renegades- Nauthu billah! May Allah protect us from such Shi'i Kufr.

Where Is The True Qur'an

The Qur'an of Allah Ta'ala - the Qur'an which Rasulullah delivered to the world is undoubtedly and indisputably is our possession. It exists in its original and authentic form with the Ummah. Every Muslim, the world over, recites it daily. Millions of Huffaz have it treasured in their hearts and minds which are the sacred Receptacles of Trust in which Allah Ta'ala has stored His Qur'an has always been with us and will always remain with us until the end of this world. But what does Shi'ism propagate in this regard?

Al-Kulyani, the "celebrated" Shi'i muhaddith and theologian attributed the following narration to Imam Ja'far Sadiq who is regarded by the Shiahs as one of their Imams:

"When the Qa-im (i.e. Imam Mahdi) appears, he will recite the book of Allah Azza Wa Jal its correct from and he will bring out that Mushaf (Qur'an) which Ali- alayhis salam wrote."


"None but the Imams-alayhis salam-- compelled the whole Qur'an."


According to Shi'ism, Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) took the Qur'an into concealment and there, in a cave, it remains to this day. The following statement appears in this regard in Al-Kafi:

"He (Ali) said: By Allah! You will never see it after this day of yours."

Shi'ism teaches that;

1. The true Qur'an was compiled by only Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu), but was rejected by Hadhrat Bakr, Umar and the rest of the Sahabah.

2. The true Qur'an was hidden by Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) who passed it on to the next Imam in turn passed it on to the succeeding Imam until it reached the 12th Imam Mahdi.

3. The true Qur'an is in Imam Mahdi's custody and Imam Mahdi is hiding is some cave.

When Imam Mahdi appears, he will produce the true Qur'an.

The Shi'i "Qur'an"

The following narration attributed to Imam Ja'far Sadiq appears in Al-Kafi:

"Abu Abdullah (alayhis salam) said:

Verily the Qur'an which Jibraeel (alayhis salam) brought to Mohammed consists of seventeen thousand ayats."'

ln view of the fact that the Qur'an which the Ummah knows, has just over 6,000 ayats, the Shi'i Qur'an is almost thrice the size of the Qur'an Majeed. The logical conclusion stemming from the Shi'i claim made in the aforementioned citation is that approximately two thirds of the Qur'an Shareef have been discarded and destroyed. Pursuing this claim, Allama Qazweni, the Shi'i commentator of Al-Kafi; explains:

"The purport of Imam Ja'far Sadiq's statement is that a great part of the original Qur'an has been omitted and that (original Qur'an) is not among the well-known present texts of the Qur'an."

(Sharhul Kafi- Bab Fadhlil Qur'an)

In Ihtijaj Tabresi which is Shi'i clergy regards as one of the most authentic and highly- placed books of Shi'ism, Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) is alleged to have said that between two particular verses of the Qur'an, more than one third of the Qur'an was excised by the Sahabah. The following lie is attributed to Hadhrat Ali (radhiallahu anhu) by the Shiah priest:

"This pertains to what I had mentioned earlier regarding the omission from the Qur'an by the munafiqeen (hypocrites). Between the statement "fil Yatama" and "Nikahin Nisa" more than one third of the Qur'an has been excised."

(Ihtijaj Tabresi)

According to Shi'ism, there is no resemblance between the Shi'i Qur'an and the Qur'an which is in the possession of the Ummah of Islam. This fact is proclaimed unequivocally by the "celebrated" and highly placed Shi'i authority, Al-Kulyani who records in his Usool-e-Kafi the following narration.

"Abu Abdullah (alayhis salam) said: Verily, with us is the Qur'an of Fatimah. What do they ( the Sunnis) know about the Qur'an of Fatimah? It is the Qur'an which is thrice the size of your (Sunnis) Qur'an. By Allah! In it (the Shi'i Qur'an) there is not a letter (harf) of your (Sunnis) Qur'an."

(Al-Kafi and Safi)

Further shiah claims regarding the Shi'i belief of a fabricated Qur'an

As explained earlier, Allama Noori Tabresi holds a distinguished rank in the Shi'i theological world. This Shi'i priest wrote a voluminous book which he titled, Faslul Khitab Fi Ithbati Tahreefi Kitabi Rabbil Arbab - A conclusive discourse to prove interpolation of the book of the Lord of Lord.

ln this book, Tabresi presents a detailed exposition in substation of the Shi'i claim that the present Qur'an is a fabricated and an interpolated book.

Among the arguments in substantiation of Shi'i claim of a fabricated Qur'an, Noori presents the following:

"Fourthly, are the specific narrations which explicitly assert or imply that the Qur'an is like the Taurah and Injeel regarding fabrication and alteration in it. (These narrations) indicate that in the domination of those munafiqeen (a reference to Hadhrat Abu Bakr and Umar) who settled as leaders over the Ummah is the way followed by Bani Israel in the matter of the Taurah and Injeel. This is an independent proof for the claim ( that the Qur'an has been tampered with.)"

(Faslul Khitab)

Further expounding the Shi'i claim, Noori Tabresi states:

" Sayyid Muhaddith Al-Jazairi ( a Shi'i authority) said in this book, 'Al-Anwar':

'Our authorities are unanimous on the authenticity and verifications of the Mustafeed ( a Hadith category) narrations, which explicitly indicate that interpolation occurred in the Qur'an in regard to statements, content matter and diacritical signs. Yes, Murtadha, Sadiq and Shaikh Tabresi have differed in this matter." ( Faslul Khitab)

In addition to these four dissenters, Allama Noori Tabresi dismisses their opposition as insignificant, in the following terms:

"And, until his (i.e. Abu Ali Tabersi's) age (i.e. middle of the 6th century) no categorical difference of opinion (in this matter of a fabricated Qur'an) has been known besides that of those four elders."

(Faslul Khitab)

Elsewhere in his book, Noori Tabresi states:

"Among the authorities of early times (Mutaqaddimeen) no fifth person (i.e. besides the abovementioned four) is known to share their (the four dissenters') opinion."

(Faslul Khitab)

Allama Noori Tabresi states that there are over two thousand narrations of the Shi'i Imams indicating that the Qur'an is replete with fabrication. Thus he states:

"The twelfth is those narrations (of the Shi'i Imams) which relate to interpolation in specific places in the Qur'an. Such narrations indicate alteration in some words, ayat and surahs. These narrations are numerous, so much so that Sayyid Ni'matullah Al-Jazani said in some of his writings that the narrations indicating this fact (of fabrication and interpolation) exceed two thousand hadith (of the Shi'i Imams).

(Faslul Khitab)

The following are more extracts from the book, Faslul Khitab of Allama Noori Tabresi:

"Muhammad Salih in Sharhul Kafi said: Verily, the Qur'an which Jibraeel brought to the Nabi consisted to seventeen thousand verses- in the narration of Saleem, eighteen thousand verses. The excision of part of the Qur'an and its interpolation are proven in our ways by Tawartur Ma'nawi (Narrations of the highest degree of authenticity).

In support of this contention, Noori Tabresi cites the well-known names which are recognized as the highest authorities in the Shi'ah world. These top-ranking Shi'i authorities who categorically assert the fabrication of the Qur'an are, in the words of the Noori;

The innumerable explicit narrations of so many Shiah theologians (muhaddiths, mujtahids, musannifs and allamas) categorically asserting that Qur'an which the Ummah has not the true Qur'an and that it is a fabricated version, leave not the slightest room for doubt regarding this matter. The clarity of Shiah belief regarding the Qur'an is adequately summed up in the following statement which appears in the Shiah book of Tafseer, known as Tafseer-e-Safi:

"It is proven all these narrations and others which have been transmitted by the Ahl-e-Bait (alayhis salam) that, most certainly, the Qur'an as it was revealed to Muhammad . On the contrary, in it )the present Qur'an) a section is in conflict with that Allah has revealed; a section is in altered form and a section is fabricated. Most certainly, many things have been omitted from it. Among the things omitted is the name of Ali from numerous places. And besides this, there are other things of omission."


What greater and more damning evidence is required for proving the charge of a fabricated Qur'an against Shi'ism?

In another Shi'i narration it is alleged that Ali Bin Suwaidis Saee gave the following advice to Abul Hasanul Awwal:

"Do not acquire the Deen from anyone besides our Shiah because if you do, then verily, you will have acquired your Deen from such frauds who betrayed Allah and His Rasool, and who dishonored their trusts. Verily, they were entrusted with the Book of Allah, then they interpolated in it and altered it. On them be the curse of Allah, the curse of the Angels, the curse of my Shiah until the Day of Qiyamah."

(Rijaal Kashi)

Those who were entrusted with the Book of Allah (the Qur'an) were the noble Sahabah who were the first Custodians and Guards of the Qur'an Majeed. All Shi'ism invoke curses on these illustrious Companions of Rasulullah since Shiahs accuse them of hypocrisy and kufr. It is, therefore, simple to understand why the Shi'i priests reject the Qur'an and brand it a fabricated book.

Shi'i rejection of the Qur'an is that Qur'an which is in the custody of the Imams, (i.e. the 12 Imams of Shi'ism) the Qur'an which consists of seventeen thousand verses."

(Safi-Sharhul Kafi)

"Abu Abdullah (alayhis salam) said: By Allah! This is the way in which Jibraeel revealed it (referring to a particular verse of the Qur'an), but it was altered in the Book of Allah Azza Wa Jal."

(Raudhah Kulyani)

"Musa Kazim said: They (the Sahabah) interpolated in the Book of Allah and altered it."

(Raudhah Kulyani)

N.B. Wherever the sentence 'alayhis salam' appears after the name of a non-Nabi, it is a reproduction from Shiah book. According to Muslims, the dua, 'alayhis salam' is used specifically for a Nabi. Since Shiahs believe in the extension of Nubuwwat to their Imams they use the words, 'alayhis salam' for that Imams as well.

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This is a self-charging document showing that al-Kho'ei believes the Qur'an to be altered and messed with by contributing such a belief to Ahlul-Bayt:

The following evidence is from his book Al-Bayaan fi tafseer al-Qur'an, published by Al-'Alami Foundation, Beirut, Lebanon, 3rd ed. 1974, p. 226


Which says:

Shubha 3

The mutawatir narrations from Ahlul-Bayt [as] indicate that tahreef has took place in the Qur'an, and therefore it must be adopted.


There is no indication in these narrations pointing to the fact of tahreef as in the disputed meaning of the word. To explain that: a great number of these narrations, though they are of weak isnad, a good number of them were copied from the book Ahmad b. Muhammad al-Sayyari, whom the scientists of Rijal have a consensus on the invalidity of his mazhab, and the fact he believes in the incarnation, as well as from Ali b. Muhammad al-Kufi who has been charged by the scientists of Rijal to be a liar and pointed to his invalid mazhab. However, the multitude of these narrations force us to believe that some of them have definately been issued by the infallibles [as], that is the least we can be sure of, and some of them have been narrated with a considerable Isnad, and therefore there is no need to examin each and every Isnad of them.


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