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Fake Testimony

 

 

 

Source: http://bibleandquran.com/paulsiniraj.htm

 

Testimony of Paul Siniraj Mohamed

I was born and brought up in an ancient and orthodox Muslim family named Kochera House at Kalloor in Trivandrum, South India. My ancestors are known as "Labbas", a traditional name of our community and it means “Father”. (Syrian Christians also use the word “Labo” or “Aboon” which means “Father).

My father Janab Kassim Pillai Labba was born on 1911. He is a retired Headmaster. His Father Pakeeru Meetheen Pillai Labba (1872-1944) was a teacher and commonly known as Pakeer Vadhyar. The Father of Pakeeru Vadhyar was called as Mayyadeen Pillai Labba (1822-1884). Mayyadeen Pillai Labba was the son of Ninar Pillai Labba (1767-1843). Ninar Pillai Labba’s Father was Somu Labba (1712-1785).

 

Janaab means mister and you said that your father’s name is Janaab. Secondly, if you knew Urdu and the culture of the south India, the word is pronounced as Jinaab. Only the people of the province of Punjab pronounce it as Janaab. This is one of your mistakes.

 

My Mother Beegum Fatima Beevi is the daughter of Picha Labba (1885-1973) of Kochiramathu House was also a great religious scholar.

 

Your mother’s name is also incorrect. This shows that you are atleast an Indian but don’t know much about the Muslim culture. Your mother’s last name is Beevi. If you knew what Beevi means, you wouldn’t have thought of such incorrect names.

Beevi means “Wife” and the correct word is “Beebi” which means lady. Maybe you had heard of such names before but you definitely didn’t hear the correct pronunciation.

 

I have two sisters, Beegum Souda Beevi, wife of Mr. Ibrahim Kunju, a retired engineer; and Beegum Safiya Beevi, wife of Haji Abdul Majeed, a landlord. Both have three children each and they also well settled and got married.

 

It’s a good technique to use so many names; this makes a good impression on the Christian readers. Once again, you used beevi instead of Beebi. For example, we call Ayesha (R.A) as Beebi Ayesha (R.A). If you were a Muslim, you would have known.

 

I have an elder Brother, Mr. Thajudeen Pillai, who is one of the topmost officials of the Govt. of India service. His wife Mrs. Subaida Beevi is an officer of the Kerala University. They have two children. One is Dr. Bijin Thaj, house surgeon, also a PG student of medicine. Another is Miss. Shabnam, an engineering student.

My younger brother Mr.Abdul Kalam, is also an officer of the GIC under Govt. of India. His wife Mrs. Shemim is a higher secondary teacher. Nisiya of ten years old girl and Arif Mohamed of seven years old boy are their children.

 

Strange names you guys have. The correct name is Zubaida and not Subaida. Your father has a very non-Arabic name and your brother has a very Arabic name. How come? Different cultures in one house?

 

My wife Mercy is the daughter of Mr & Mrs. Kuruvilla of Parangottu house, Kodimatha, Kottayam were the members of Roman Catholic Church. Our marriage was an arranged one and blessed by the Catholicos of the Indian Orthodox Church. She is a born again woman, helping me the evangelistic, social and charitable works.
We have three children. Besly Ciniraj of eleven years old is the elder son. Hepzy Ciniraj of ten years old is the daughter and Lesly Ciniraj of six years old is the younger son.

 

OK, good technique to use many names. But, these are useless to the story. Please get to the point.

 

And there is no Christians in my birthplace and I never heard about Jesus as a Redeemer, but as a prophet.

 

You are a very ignorant person. You are also contradicting yourself. First, you say that you belong to a very religious family and you say that you didn’t know of Jesus as a Redeemer.

Didn’t you ever read the Quran? The Quran states the incorrect beliefs of the Christians and corrects them. If you were religious, you would know about Christians’ claim about Jesus.

 

While I was studying in the university, I was addicted on drugs and alcohol and became one among of those who did streaking in the capital city. It was a shock to everybody at home. I felt rejection from everybody and lost peace. I wanted to commit suicide. Some godly man told that Jesus is the Prince of Peace, and everliving Saviour who gave His life as a ransom for us. He gave some tracts also. I became violent and wanted to beat him.

 

Looks like those drugs did some mental damage to you.

 

At the same night I had a great experience with Christ. By the Spirit of Lord I realise Jesus took away all my sins and uneasiness and gave me eternal life and everlasting Peace. I accepted Him as my personal Saviour on 10th October, 1975.

 

Oh come on! You expect us to buy this non-sense? No reason whatsoever to become a Christian given. Maybe those drugs and alcohol really did some long lasting damage to your brain.

 

Praise God! 10th of October, 2000 is the silver jubilee of my Christian life. Persecutions began from the community and very many times they wanted to wipe me out. But whosoever tortured me, are slowly coming to Christ. Now my parents also secret believers of Christ.

 

Ha Ha! Looks like this story is a recently made one. The way you use words like “wipe me out” sound a little too recent.

Your parents also became secret Christians? A very very weak story. You are a poor writer and should practice writing. You should read books to improve your imagination. Nowhere do you give any information on the reasons for your parents’ mental illness. Maybe the drugs and alcoholism weren’t your real problem; maybe you inherited that mental disease from your parents.