Early life and education
Adam Milstein, an Israeli-American, was born in 1952 in Haifa, Israel. He joined the Israeli Defense Forces in 1971. After his service, which was mandatory, in the Israeli Army, Adam enrolled in Israeli Institute of Technology to undertake a Bachelor of Science degree. He majored in business in economics and graduated Cum Laude in 1978. While pursuing his higher education, Adam helped his father to develop their business in real estate development and construction. He moved his family to the United States in 1981 and 1983, Milstein graduated from the University of Southern California with an MBA. He then began working as a sales agent in commercial real estate
Adam as an author on JNS
Adam Milstein is an author on Jewish News Syndicate (JNS). In his recent article, Adam writes about how radical Muslims are posing risks and becoming threats to the society. In his opinion, the radical Muslims are destroying and delegitimising the homeland of the Jews, Israel. According to Adam, anti-Semitism is a pertinent issue affecting global politics, and the fact that it is growing is already causing a threat. Radical Muslims in Adam’s view cling to fundamental Muslim beliefs that promote anti-Semitism which lacks the support of American values. They are destroying the Western value culture. Adam is of the idea that North America is portraying signs of collaborating with Europe to address the increase in anti-Semitism. Adam Milstein adds that mainstreaming anti-Semitic leftism, particularly in college campuses, will threaten life in America and the future of Jews around the world.
Adam Milstein, the philanthropist
Adam is not only a real estate developer, but he is also a philanthropist. Milstein and Gila, his wife, founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2000. The foundation sponsors the education of young professionals and students to enable them to identify with their Jewish heritage and give them facts to advocate for the Jewish people and the State of Israel. Adam co-founded Israeli-American Council where he became its Chairman in 2015. In 2016, the Jerusalem Post listed Adam among the 50 most influential Jews worldwide.