An uncommon Zionist

Chloé Valdary founded a pro-Israel organization on campus, which seeks to spread truth on the Arab-Israeli conflict.

April 17, 2013 21:30
Chloe Valdary

Pro-Israel Organization521. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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‘The year is 2013, ladies and gentlemen; how far will you let it go?” This question was posed by University of New Orleans sophomore 19-year-old Chloé Valdary during a passionate speech she delivered at a pro-Israel rally which she helped organize on campus last month.

Citing the horrors of the Holocaust as well as recent calls by anti-Israel BDS (boycott, divestment, sanction) activists around the world for the annihilation of the Jewish state, Valdary, an African-American and a Christian, was directing her question not only to the more than 100 activists in attendance at the Zionist rally dubbed “Declare Your Freedom,” but to the world community at large who she feels is once again ignoring the dangerous warning signs and threats directed against the State of Israel and the Jewish people.


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