By brother TripolySunni:
A narration from the Shia book “Wasael al Shia” volume 28, page 280 #34759:
[ 34759 ] 6 ـ محمد بن محمد بن النعمان المفيد في كتاب ( الاختصاص ) عن علي بن إبراهيم بن هاشم ، عن أبيه ، قال : لمّا مات الرضا ( عليه السلام ) حججنا فدخلنا على أبي جعفر ( عليه السلام ) وقد حضر خلق من الشيعة ـ إلى أن قال : ـ فقال أبو جعفر ( عليه السلام ) : سئل أبي عن رجل نبش قبر امرأة فنكحها ؟ فقال أبي : يقطع يمينه للنبش ، ويضرب حد الزنا فان حرمة الميتة كحرمة الحية ، فقالوا : يا سيدنا تأذن لنا أن نسألك ؟ قال : نعم ، فسألوه في مجلس عن ثلاثين ألف مسألة ، فأجابهم فيها وله تسع سنين .
This Shia Hadith is narrated through ONLY trustworthy Shia narrators: Muhammad bin Muhammad bin al-Nu’uman al-Mufid in his book “al-Ikhtisas page 102” from ‘Ali bin Ibrahim bin Hashim from his father Ibrahim that: (…)
Ibrahim al-Qummi said that he entered on Abu Ja’afar the Imam then a group of people came to the Imam and he was only 9 years old at the time, they sat with him and asked him 30,000 questions and he answered them all in one Majlis(one sitting).
Now I do not care about his age or anything else, what I care about is the number of Questions they asked and the number of answers he gave and all of this happened in one Majlis. Let’s say for example that each question and its answer took only 1 minute, this makes 30,000 minutes and if you divide that by 60 you get 500 hours, it is humanly impossible for them to sit for 500 consecutive hours and ask him all of these 30,000 questions.
This narration is a CLEAR LIE according to Human logic, no one in his right mind would accept it, which brings me to my next point…
HOW CAN THE SHIA TRUST THEIR NARRATORS AFTER THIS!? all three of them are VERY trustworthy according to Shia yet we see them narrate an IMPOSSIBLE LIE, so at least one of these three people is a LIAR and FORGER OF HADITH, Either it’s their top scholar al-Mufid, or their most famous narrator ‘Ali bin Ibrahim, or another one of their biggest scholars Ibrahim al-Qummi.
You Shia decide, either way this is a fatal blow to your entire Shia religion.