And a new one:
He said at page 230 of the same book “Difa an Kafi”:
And Alusi said in his tafsir (23/74) in the explanation of words (as-Saaffat 24) “And stop them, for they shall be questioned” after he mentioned opinions (words) about it: And the more likely interpretation of these sayings that they would be questioned about beliefs and deeds, and head of them (words) La Ilaha ila Llah, and and the most loftiest of them wilayat of Ali, karamallahu wajhahu.
And here below you would see correct unaltered words of Alusi, with important text that this dajal omitted, marked in red.
Alusi (rahmatullahi alaih) said:
وروي بعض الأمامية عن ابن جبير عن ابن عباس يسألون عن ولاية علي كرم الله تعالى وجهه، ورووه أيضا عن أبي سعيد الخدري وأولي هذه الأقوال أن السؤال عن العقائد والأعمال. ورأس ذلك لا إله إلا الله، ومن أجله ولاية علي كرم الله تعالى وجهه وكذا ولاية إخوانه الخلفاء الراشدين رضي الله تعالى عنهم أجمعين.
And narrated by some of Imamiyah from ibn Jubayr from ibn Abbas that they would be asked about Wilayah of Ali, karamallahu wajhahu, and also narrated from Abu Saeed al-Hudri, and this is more likely interpretation of these sayings, that they would be questioned about beliefs and deeds, and head of them words – La Ilaha ila Llah, and and the most loftiest of them is wilayat of Ali, karramalahu wajhahu, and in the same way wilayat of his brothers – rightly guided caliphs, may Allah be pleased with all of them.
La hawla wa la quwati ila billah! How is it possible to lie in such blatant form?