A man involved in as many things as Adam Milstein still finds time to write. His writings are of course in support of his life’s goal and hope. He wants his home in Israel to be free from political oppression and turmoil.
In his most recent article published in the Jewish News Syndicate, Adam Milstein makes a very strong case for a seemingly irrational alliance of ideals and political affiliations. The premise of his article is that radical left organizations in the United States and Europe have mistakenly aligned themselves with terrorists by painting all Islamists with a broad brush.
The rush to blame Trump for all the ills in the United States and the world has engendered a desire for otherwise “good” movements that espouse women’s rights and the equality of the voting poor to promote speakers who have a known terrorist history according to Adam Milstein.
The often unrealized alliance of radical left and radical Islam has promoted an anti-Semitic leaning in groups that fervently espouse the rights of all races, sexes, and beliefs. The feeling against Jews has led to banning Jewish people from participation in protests, condemnations of Israel in publications, and an increase in publication of Neo-Nazi rhetoric.
Adam Milstein would not be a man to be silent in the face of this threat to Jews and Israel. He has been named as one of the most influential Jews in the world. This credential was earned from his business career, his philanthropic work, and his regular social network activity.
Adam Milstein is a Jew and very proud of having lived in Israel and served in the IDF defending his country. His brand of Zionism is a unique form of radical anti-hate. He used his own financial success in the real estate business, Hager Pacific Properties, to create a charitable foundation that contributes to a number of causes that support Israel and Jews.
The mission that Adam Milstein has designed for himself is to create a passion and affinity with Israel and all things Jewish in young people. Many of the young Jewish people in the U. S. have somewhat lost touch with their homeland and culture. The programs that he has developed are aimed at rekindling the idea of what being a Jew means in the generations that are to come.