It’s often said by the mainstream media that Islam is a religion of peace, yet when looking at the acts it’s committed among its radical groups, it’s one of today’s largest perpetrators of antisemitism. Adam Milstein writes with the Times of Israel that it’s becoming widespread among progressive liberal groups especially on college campuses. Some of these groups have prevented Jewish-Americans from joining their student government boards while also joining with groups like BDS in attempting to boycott Israel. Adam Milstein talks about the creativity and ability of the Israelis to strategize in both battle and in their media publications, and he believes radical Islam will have to be defeated using those tools. Milstein is also an author at the Jerusalem Post and has even been named as a highly influential figure in that newspaper.
When Adam Milstein was young, he lived with his family in Haifa, Israel and fought in the Yom Kippur War. His loyalties to Israel have remained deep throughout his life even after he came to the US with his family. Milstein is a cofounder and Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties, one of the largest real estate development firms in Los Angeles with billions of dollars in property assets in three different states. But his biggest passion is to unite the Jewish-American community in the fight against antisemitic forces and to celebrate the pride and history of Israel’s existence.
Adam Milstein is the head of the Milstein Family Foundation, the Israeli-American Council and is a board executive on AIPAC. The events he has coordinated include national conferences, festivals, video competitions, and other local activities. There are three areas that he focuses on with his work in active philanthropy, path life impact and philanthropic synergy. For every organization Milstein supports, he’s made a commitment not only financially but also by being physically involved on the ground. A key publishing company supported by the Milstein Family Foundation is Sifriyat Pijama B’America which puts the Hebrew language into stories for children. Doing this has helped many Jewish-Americans discover their identity and have a deeper understanding of the homeland.