Adam Milstein was born and grew up in Israel. He joined the Israeli Defense Force in 1971 and served during the Yom Kippur War. After his mandatory service in the army, Milstein earned his Bachelor’s of Science in business and economics degree from the Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology. In 1974, Adam Milstein married his wife Gila Elgrably and in 1981 the Milstein’s along with their two children moved to the United States. After arriving in the United States, Milstein continued his education at the University of Southern California and earned his Master of Business Administration degree. Since receiving his degree, Milstein has seen great success in the commercial real estate industry.
In addition to his work in real estate, Adam Milstein takes great pride in his philanthropic work. He is one of the co-founders of the Israeli-American Council; whose goal is to engage and unite the Israeli-American communities by strengthening and building them up. Milstein is a board member to a number of organizations, including StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, Stand By Me, and American Israel Public Affairs Committee National Council. The Milstein’s also created the Milstein Foundation with the goal to, first, strengthen the State of Israel’s relationship with the United States and, second, to help the younger Jewish generations learn and appreciate their identity.
Among others, Adam Milstein writes for the Jewish News Syndicate. He recently wrote an article discussing an unspoken of alliance between radical Muslim’s and the radical left. Radical Muslim’s go against everything the radical left supposedly stands for; they stone women, execute people who are gay, and are staunchly against both minority and human rights.
Milstein further discusses how the radical left has a warped view of the world when the place all the blame, for the Middle Eastern problems, on the Jewish people. He believes this alliance, was fueled by Linda Sarsour when opening admired Sharia law, praised Saudi Arabia’s horrific and oppressive treatment of women, and opened one of her speeches thanking one of the co-conspirators in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Additionally, the alliance was seen at Tufts University when a group of students called Israel a “white supremacist” state and at a Chicago LGBT rally when three people were expelled for having the Star of David displayed on their pride flags. Milstein ends his article discussing how the rise of the anti-Semitic left threatens the future of the Jewish people around the world.