عنوان مقاله [English]
The book "Critique of the Principles of the Shiite Religion" by Naser al-Ghaffari has widely and strongly criticized and attacked Shiite beliefs. One of the beliefs that have been criticized in his book is the infallibility of the Imams. Al-Ghaffari uses various fallacies to criticize the Shiite belief about the infallibility of the Imams. This study aims to explain al-Ghaffari's fallacies in the critique of infallibility, and due to the limitations of the article, deals with only three untrue fallacies: the fallacy of lying, the fallacy of origin, and the fallacy of incomplete quotation. Numerous proofs in this research show that al-Ghaffari intended to distort the truth and instill unrealistic views into readers by attributing lies to individuals and currents, creating multiple sources for the belief of the infallibility and fragmenting the narrations of the Imams in the form of pseudo-arguments. This article has been done by the descriptive-analytical method and based on library sources.