Adam Milstein is a career real estate guru who also writes many articles about issues facing both Israel and Jewish-Americans. He’s a contributor to the Jerusalem Post, the HuffPost and the Jewish News Syndicate, the latest of which he wrote an article on where antisemitism is today. This article explains how the modern-day enemies of Israel and Judaism are now emerging from the radical left progressives and Islam. Much of this is because the radical left has embraced the doctrines of Marxism and socialism and have been against the success of Jews is business, and radical Islam seeks to destroy the nation of Israel. Milstein calls for their propaganda to be exposed and for Jewish leaders to use all the tools at their disposal to combat antisemitism and unify the community as a whole. Get details on Adam Milstein at milsteinff.org.
Adam Milstein considers himself to be an Israeli first because he was born in Israel and often returns there. He is a former veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces and fought in the Yom Kippur War of 1973. He went into building construction for a few years and then studied business and finance at the Israeli Institute of Technology, otherwise known as the Technion. Several years later he moved to Los Angeles and became a real estate broker and currently is one of three managing partners at Hager Pacific Properties, a residential and commercial investment firm. While much of his day consists of making deals and arranging financing with banks and equity firms, he’s also highly engaged in Jewish community activism. Read more about Adam Milstein at The Jerusalem Post.
Adam Milstein and his wife Gila have run the Milstein Family Foundation since 2000 and through this organization they’ve formed partnerships with groups like Hasbara Fellowships, StandWithUs, Stand by Me, Israel on Campus Coalition, AIPAC and the Israeli-American Council. There are three key philosophies to their foundation which are active philanthropy, path life impact and philanthropic synergy. Their active philanthropy means that every organization they partner with is one that they are involved on the ground with in addition to financially supporting them. Path life impact includes informing and educating their target groups in the ways of Israel and traditional Judaism including sponsoring trips to Israel for young people and teaching families Hebrew. And philanthropic synergy means meeting with educational and religious leaders such as rabbis, college professors and political donors to come together in common causes. Adam Milstein has been well noted for his work that he was named to the Top 50 Most Influential Jews in a Jerusalem Post article in 2016.