Radical Muslims impose harsh laws that trample on human rights, and hate gender equality and often lead to execution mostly through stoning or fatal amputations. Usually, this kind of ideology would sharply contrast with Far Leftists, but lately the allegiances between lefts and radical Muslims brought together by a common enemy, the influence of the West on the world, has got one Adam Milstein with a chill. He opinions that though different traditions and circumstances created these groups, the increased crossover ideas, tactics and beliefs have helped fan a rising wave of hate, violence and anti-Semitic racism.
It is not easy to describe Adam Milstein, he is not a natural man to describe for he has a passion for the American based Israeli community as well as the Israeli nation and the future of the whole Jewish community. Milstein is the sitting chairperson of the Israeli/American Council, an organization that he co-founded; he has posts in the boards of numerous Israeli organizations such as, the Milstein Family Foundation, co-founded together with his wife, Sifriyat Pijama B’America (SP-BA), which he also co-founded, Stand with Us among others.
This is a campaign to change the belief that true Israeliness is tied to being geographically located in Israel; this statement has been unpopular among those who have lived in Israel all their lives but Adam Milstein firmly that Israeli-Americans and Israelis share an identity that goes beyond physical location. The combination of culture, language, Jewish heritage, Zionism and the Israeli beliefs. All of the children of Israel are responsible for one another.’ This principle is always at the core of philanthropy work, and it drives to keep fighting for the sake of Israel and the Jewish community across the world.
According to Adam Milstein, attending synagogue should not be the foundation of the Jewish identity. He believes that by discovering more about their homeland, young Jews can find a piece of their character and this helps them find new ways to see themselves and express their identity through Israeli eyes. All through the war of Yom Kippur, Adam Milstein in the IDF, would become the future Prime Minister of Israel.