The campaigner against anti-semitism and for the Jewish community, Adam Milstein has recently been discussing the problems facing Jewish communities around the world and the state of Israel. Milstein recently published a blog for the “Times of Israel” in which he looked back at the history of Israel and its first great leaders such as Israel’s first Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and the first female Prime Minister Golda Meir.
The Managing Partner of real estate company Hager Pacific was keen to explain the reasons why the Jewish community has been able to leave behind the problems of World War II and become such a strong and influential member of the international political landscape. However, for Milstein the past is important but the need to build a strong future with new and vibrant leaders coming forward all the time is also playing a role in the work he is currently completing. Adam Milstein believes it is important for members of the Jewish community to allow younger activists and politicians to break into the public eye in a bid to make sure Jewish-Americans are also encouraged to play a role in protecting the state of Israel and fighting for the rights of their own community.
Looking back at the history of Israel after World War II, Adam Milstein explains the army was built from the work of Colonel Mickey Marcus, a U.S. military leader from Brooklyn, New York who made the decision to move to Israel in 1948 and help protect the state from its enemies. IN the view of the USC graduate, Israel, and the Jewish community are at risk of attack from various groups on the right and left of global politics seeking to divide the Jewish community and isolate the nation of Israel from its supporters in the U.S.
#Guatemala started moving its embassy to #Jerusalem. #Israeli PM Benjamin @netanyahu welcomed the new Guatemalan mission to Jerusalem, saying he was “moved” to see the historic event. “Dear friends, welcome back to our eternal capital,” he said. https://t.co/5kKmZX5Ckb pic.twitter.com/Zi2x4fntYz
— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) May 3, 2018
For Adam Milstein, the threat of global attacks on the state of Israel remains a constant concern and he believes encouraging the next generation of Jewish leaders in the U.S. will help provide support for the future. Jewish leaders faced many problems prior to the post-World War II establishment of Israel with current feeling shifting to those similar to the 1930s and 40s, Adam Milstein believes it is vital to creating a powerful future for Israel and the Jewish community as a whole.