Adam Milstein’s worry about Jews future
Adam Milstein is an Israel-American philanthropist. He was born in Haifa, Israel. He served in Israel defense forces during the 1973 yom Kippur war, after which he joined Israel Institute of Technology and graduated with a bachelor’s of science in business and economics in the year 1978. He got married in 1974 and in 1981 he moved with his wife and children to United States. He later joined university of Southern California in Los Angeles and received his master of business administration degree. Currently, he is the chairman of Israeli-American Council, the president of Adam and Gila Milstein family foundation and also a real estate entrepreneur.
According to Adam Milstein, anti- Semitism has been present on both radical right and radical left. It has led to the formation of radical Muslim movements. This is fueling a wave of hate and racism in the world today. Recently, radical leftists and radical Islam have put their differences aside since they see the western influence as common threat. Nowadays, radical leftists don’t get bothered by Islam’s evil acts like their treatment of women just because they have a common fight against the West.
This alliance has been portrayed even by leaders. Political analyst Hinder Sarsour, who is viewed as a role model, has praised Saudi Arabia’s ill treatment of women. He also thanked Siraj Wajjah, a co conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing during her “jihad against Trump” speech. In September, leftist students a guide that attacked the university are Hillel and called Israel a white supremacist.
According to Adam Milstein, the left has a history of vilifying Israel; the right has also colluded with radical Muslims to spread its pure hatred for the Jews. Radical Muslims are aimed at destroying and delegitimizing Israel. They are doing this by spreading anti-Semitism wherever they go. Adam Milstein concludes that the growth of this collaboration especially in higher institutions of learning is threatening life in America and the future of Jews around the world.