The Shi’ee answer to the question provided is as follows, as per the translated text:
“had he given fadak on that day just due to her claim, what then she had come on next day and said that caliphate is the right of my husband, then abu bakar would have no choice left;; and that was no possible to give away or agree to with anything; so made it must for his ownself that she is truthful and she claims for anything and then he had to accept any claim without evidence or testimony”
This is the opinion of Al-Fariqi and Ibn Abi Al-Hadeed.
We respond by saying:
The statement provided is ridiculous, since it suggests that Abu Bakr suggested that Fatima was not trustworthy. This is far from the case. Abu Bakr and the whole community accepted the trustworthiness of Fatima, but he denied her Fadak by telling to her that she was not aware that the Prophet – peace be upon him – wanted his inheritance to go to charity.
Fatima did not retaliate by saying that her father promised her an inheritance, so it never led to anyone accusing the other of lying.
More importantly, the whole situation of Fadak cannot be compared to the caliphate of Ali, for there were supposedly tens of thousands of people that witness the alleged appointment of Ali.
Also, when one usurps the leadership of an appointed ruler, the wronged ruler’s wife does not simply go to the current tyrant and requests that he abdicate his throne. This fictional suggestion would not make sense in any novel, film, or video game.