Abu Bakr did not innovate?

Question:
Does Ali (a.) say in Asl-ush-Shi’ah Wa Usuliha on page 193 that Abu Bakr and Umar did not innovate and spread Islam and monotheism?
Answer:
The source goes back to the falsified statement of a scholar and not to the statement of the Imam (a.). Therefore, it is a worthless lie.
Kashif Al-Ghita’ writes: “The two groups agree that he (Ali) initially refused to take the oath of allegiance, and in the work Sahih Al-Bukhari, in the chapter on the Khaibar campaign, it is even said that he did not take the oath of allegiance except after six months and was followed by a group of the most famous companions such as Az-Zubair, Ammar, Al-Miqdad and others. He then saw that his restraint would cause irreparable damage to Islam and a rupture that could not be repaired. Everyone knew that Ali (a.) did not claim his right to succession out of greed for worldly power or superiority. His aim was to restore the strength of Islam, to extend its scope, to widen its protective surface, to give a hold to the truth and let falsehood die. When he saw that the two retards, by which I mean the first and second successors, were making a great effort in spreading the Word of Unity, preparing armies, expanding the openings (of wars), they were neither superior nor dominant, he took the oath of allegiance and peace treaty and renounced what he considered to be his right, so that Islam would be saved from destruction and his word would not be split and people would not return to the previous period of ignorance, while his followers would remain in the care of his protective wing.“ [Asl-ush-Shi’ah Wa Usuliha, pages 192-194]
قال الشيخ كاشف الغطاء رحمه الله: باتفاق الفريقين امتنع أولا عن البيعة، بل في صحيح البخاري في باب غزوة خيبر أنه لم يبايع إلا بعد ستة أشهر وتبعه على ذلك جماعة من عيون الصحابة، كالزبير وعمار والمقداد وآخرين ثم لما رأى تخلفه يوجب فتقا في الاسلام لا يرتق، وكسرا لا يجبر، وكل أحد يعلم أن عليا ما كان يطلب الخلافة رغبة في الإمرة، ولا حرصا على الملك والغلبة والأثرة، وحديثه مع ابن عباس بذي قار مشهور وإنما يريد تقوية الاسلام، وتوسيع نطاقه، ومد رواقه، وإقامة الحق، وإماتة الباطل. وحين رأى أن المتخلفين أعني الخليفة الأول والثاني بذلا أقصى الجهد في نشر كلمة التوحيد، وتجهيز الجنود، وتوسيع الفتوح، ولم يستأثروا ولم يستبدوا، بايع وسالم، وأغضى عما يراه حقا له، محافظة على الاسلام أن تتصدع وحدته، وتتفرق كلمته، ويعود الناس إلى جاهليتهم الأولى وبقي شيعته منضوين تحت جناحه
Hajar Al-Bajali reported that Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (a.) said: “If Ali (a.) had found enough supporters, he would have cut off the heads of both of them (Abu Bakr and Umar).” [Bihar-ul-Anwar of Al-Majlisi, Volume 30 page 383]
عن حجر البجلي عن محمد بن علي الباقر عليه السلام قال: لو وجد علي أعوانا لضرب أعناقهما (أبي بكر وعمر)؛

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