Adam Milstein is a Writer of articles, an Active Philanthropist, and Pro-Israel Activist. He is there for the Israel community and helps them with anything they need but he also writes articles on many movements that are anti-Israel. His latest article, Unlikely radical alliances fan the flames of anti-Semitism worldwide, talks about the different movements that are about hate and violence towards Israel. Adam Milstein is there to speak up for the Israel community. He talks about how different traditions are coming together to share ideas and tactics.
According to the Elders of Zion, Jews are at fault for all the problems in the world but if you really look at it with truth, each person is at fault for the problems. If we each get along we wouldn’t have as many problems.
Radical left’s point of view is that Israel is targeting Muslims. Where do the Muslims get that view? It seems the movements are living in the past with the old testament but even in the old testament they still treated others a lot better than what they do now. We are all of the same blood. We may look different but we are all the same on the inside. We are allowed our different points of view but to treat people with racism and bigotry is not the way we survive.
As I understand Adam Milstein, everyone should work together and treat each other with respect and we will survive. All of these wars and mistreatment just makes the world die even more every day. I am glad people stand up for the people and we should have that but we shouldn’t have to in the first place if everybody just got along and stopped treating people wrong.
Adam Milstein does everything to make sure somebody speaks up and at least try to get the hatred and bigotry to stop. Everyone should be doing this together and work together to make the world a better place.
Adam Milstein is an Israeli philanthropist and a real estate investor living in the USA. He is also a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. He was born in 1952 and spent his early life in Israel and enrolled in the Israeli Defense Forces. He participated in the Yom Kippur war under the leadership of a future prime minister General Ariel Sharon. After the war. Adam Milstein enrolled in the Technion where he graduated in 1978 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business and Economics. He migrated to the USA in 1981.
After obtaining his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of South California, Adam started working at the Hager Pacific Properties as a real estate agent for commercial properties. This is where he was first introduced to philanthropy when a colleague approached him to start philanthropic work together. He stated that he did not feel quite satisfied with just making money and wanted to do more to make the community a better place for others with the money he earned.
Adam Milstein and his wife Gila Milstein decided to start philanthropic work together and started the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a nonprofit born from the love of their country Israel. This organisation was built to show support as well as fund philanthropic pro-Israel organisations and activities. Today, this foundation works to strengthen the Jewish people living in both the US and Israel as well as to strengthen the relationship between Israel and US.
Adam Milstein is committed to being actively involved in the activities of several philanthropic pro-Israel organisations where he is also a board member. These organisations include; Hasbara Fellowships Stand By Me, Jewish Founders Network and StandWithUs. He also guides these groups as he is very experienced in philanthropic work based on his many years of working with different organisations.
Adam has been a mentor and an inspiration in the philanthropic world as he has been celebrated as a leading personality in philanthropy in the world. In 2017 April, Adam was recognised as top 100 most positive-influential activists. He was also named among the 25 Twitters most active philanthropists of the world. He is an inspiration, mentor and leader to the next philanthropic generation.