Adam Milstein is an entrepreneur who serves as a managing partner with Hager Pacific Properties and is well known for his philanthropy and activism for the State of Israel. Adam Milstein hails from Haifa, Israel and served in the Yom Kippur war as a member of the Israeli Defense Force. He has been in the United States since 1981 and studied at the University of Southern California. Adam’s career in commercial real estate got going after his graduation.
Adam is a devoted family man and he founded the Milstein Family Foundation along with his wife. The foundation places it focuses on assisting organizations that help to give strength to the Jewish people. Adam Milstein also co-founded the Israeli-American Council and serves as chairman. He also serves as a board member with numerous organizations that work for the betterment of Israel.
Adam Milstein recently commented in an article from Jewish News Syndicate that Israel is becoming increasingly under threat from radical elements in the Muslim world that are forging new types of alliances that cause damage to the State of Israel. In Adam’s view, a huge part of the issue is the trend developing in the radical elements of the American left to ignore or try to minimize the issues of radicalized Muslim extremists. Leftist alliances with controversial figures such as Linda Sarsour seem to typify the policies of the American liberal establishment.
The problem is further complicated by rallies like one that occurred recently in Chicago, Illinois where these strange ties seem to exist as well. Ironically, the groups are often involved in fighting for ends to the kind of oppression that their strange allies such as Sarsour seem to promote. This is coupled with a new brand of anti-Semitism that is coming forth from the left. Adam Milstein’s overall analysis of this trend in the American left is that it is a threat to the peace of the world. If these kinds of trends continue, there is no telling the level of damage that will be done to the state of American, Israeli and world security in the process.