A misleading shubhah (dubious doubt, misleading argument) by the Rafida is when they claim that the Qur’an was transmitted (the Qur’an has chains of transmission just like Ahadith have, something kafir “Qur’anists” don’t realize) by “Shias”. This argument of them serves as a smoke screen and distraction from the fact that their “infallible” Imams did not write or left a single book for the Ummah nor did they narrate the Qur’an through a Ahlul-Bayt chain to the Shias. Find out in this video how deceptive their argument is and how easy it is to be debunked (for more detailed information regarding this topic study this twelvershia.net artice>>>
Rafidah claim to have chains to their Imams allowing for Mut’ah, allowing for this, allowing for that (did the alleged students of these Imams narrate everything from them except the Quran?!!) and yet they cannot produce for you a single chain from their 11th Imam to Ali (ra) for the Quran! They are aware of this dilemma so in order to fool their own gullible followers and other weak minded people, they often will change the topic and tell you ‘Oh, so and so in the chain of the transmission of the Qur’an was a Shia (as if he was a Twelver!), so and so was a whatever’, a rubbish claim that can be actually refuted with a single question:
Where is the chain of the Shi’ah today to Hafs or to Warsh or to Qaloon or to Al-Duwri or … or … or? Where are their chains that do not rely on the scholars of Ahlul-Sunnah? The entire Qur’an was preserved by Allah through the Sahabah, their students, their students and the scholars of Ahlul-Sunnah to this very day!
Once you realize that no one cared enough to narrate the Quran from the way of the alleged infallible Imams till the Messenger of Allah (s) and that no one from among them cared enough to narrate from their Imams the Qur’an as they narrated from them Mut’ah, Taqiyyah etc. you will see how ridiculous there whole sect is.
If they did not care enough to narrate the Quran from there Imams, how then can they be trusted in any other matter of the Deen.