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Adam Milstein’s Call To Fight Back Against Enemies Of Israel

Adam Milstein is a Jewish-American business mogul and philanthropist who also writes articles on his opinions of the Israel-American community and Israel’s sovereignty. An article he wrote for the Jewish News Syndicate addressed the issue of antisemitism slowly taking over American universities, and he says it’s time for Jews and Israeli-Americans to unite and fight back against this movement head-on. It’s not necessarily physical battles Milstein is speaking of, although he did say the time may come for that as the Middle East’s terrorist groups continue their campaigns against Israel; but he says it could be a battle of the press and exposing the wrongdoings of the new progressives allied with Muslim propaganda groups. Adam Milstein has also brought in two men who usually are at odds with each other but both agree on fighting against campus injustice directed at Jews in Haim Saban and Sheldon Adelson.

Adam Milstein is the oldest of three sons born to a family whose parents were among the first to arrive in Israel and fight for independence in the 1948 war. He also served in the IDF for four years and saw combat during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. After completing this service and transitioning back to civilian life, he worked for a little while on building construction sites with his father and also attended the Technion. He also met and married a young woman named Gila and has been with her for more than 40 years and has raised three daughters with her.

Adam Milstein moved to the US to get his master’s degree in the 1980s, and after doing this he decided to go into commercial real estate brokering. The groundwork was laid for the company he co-founded with his friend David Hager that he currently is a Managing Partner at known as Hager Pacific Properties. But Adam Milstein and his wife Gila have been most concerned about bringing together Jews and non-integrated Israeli-Americans who in previous years may have felt abandoned by their homeland and unable to fit into mainstream Jewish communities. That’s why they began the Milstein Family Foundation in 2000 and the Israeli-American Council in 2007. Through these organizations they’ve been able to support campus activist groups, pro-Israel political groups, educational groups both for K-12 schools and post-secondary and summer trips to Israel through Birthright Israel. Milstein was also listed at number 39 in a list of the world’s most influential Jews.

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