Winds of Jihad: Dozy Bint of the Month

Jessey Eagan, a married Christian mother of two, has decided to wear a hijab for Lent in an attempt to remind herself “what it feels like to be an outsider”

It did not, it seems, occur to this woman to seek out the nearest Coptic Christian church and ask them to tattoo a Coptic Cross on her wrist, in order to show solidarity, not only during Lent but for the rest of her life, with one of the most persecuted – historically and in the present – branches of the Church Universal.

Nor, it appears, did it occur to her to consider donning a Star of David, or a “Long Live Israel” T-shirt, and wearing that for forty days, everywhere she went, even when among the “Muslim friends” of whom she speaks so fondly…No, it is the Muslims, always the Muslims, for whom females like this are most tenderly solicitous…

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  • Exile1981

    Bint is not the term I would have used.

    Of course I wonder how christian she really is or how actually aware of the world she is.

    • Frau Katze

      Bint just means daughter (AFAIK).

      • Exile1981

        It does mean daughter in Arabic; but it came into the english language as a slang term in WW1 through the British troops in Egypt.

        It has a much different meaning these days, usually derogatory.

      • It’s also English slang for “woman”: http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-bin1.htm

        I’ve always found that coincidence quite funny. (Although, according to the above link, it doesn’t look like it actually is a coincidence.)

  • “One thing Eagan says she hopes to do next is to use make-up to “darken” her complexion and “go out into the community”.

    OMG she’s getting herself up in blackface!

    • Frau Katze

      Isn’t that racist? What a sanctimonious twit.

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

      She’s attempting to write the sequel to ‘Black Like Me’, is she?

      Awkwarrrrrrrd!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Like_Me

      • dukestreet

        That’s exactly what I thought. She would have been better to have spent the time helping Coptic Christians or other Christians from war torn areas, get settled in her home town.

        Making your self a story for public consumption is not a Lenten activity.

        • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

          ‘Making your self a story for public consumption is not a Lenten activity.’

          Very well put.

  • Martin Luffa

    This stupid bitch should be farmed out for rape by Muslims

  • sandy

    Err. It’s up to female Muslims to discard the scarf.
    Christian females did.

    I think she wants to convert.

  • Frau Katze

    She’s keeping a blog, too.

    Hello friends…day 17 is finished. Today started out kind of crazy. I had a missed phone call from a number I didn’t recognize at 6:30am and another from the same number later in the morning. When I was finally able to connect with the woman calling me, I found out she was a producer from CNN. I think she may have had a British accent, but I couldn’t exactly tell because she was talking rapidly like it was an emergency that she set up an interview with me. Seriously, she was talking so fast that I had to go into the bathroom at 30/30 Coffee just to keep track of her words.

    https://chutesandleaves.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/day-17-40daysofhijabi/

  • winniec

    Jessey Eagan might take into account that Christians are the most persecuted.

  • Dana Garcia

    Speaking of supporting Israel, country music guy Larry Gatlin was on TV a little while ago wearing a t-shirt reading “America don’t worry — Israel is behind you”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiGvfQC1Rhk

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Her conduct and those of similar bent tend to give feminism a bad name.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Why not do this instead?

  • She should keep the hijab – the bint is too stupid to be Christian.

  • BillyHW

    LOL vaginas!

  • Ghost of Ed

    Dressing up as someone else is not Lent, it’s Halloween.

  • Kathy Nelson

    Dirty minded idiot.

  • Kathy Nelson

    Dirty minded idiot woman.

  • She’s disabled comments on her blog. “I just felt like it wasn’t very productive, and could be hindering our ability to process our own personal journeys.”

    You can still, however, find her on Twitter. https://twitter.com/motheruvtoo