Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel and served with the IDF during the Yom Kippur War. He moved his family to the United States in 1981, and after earning his MBA at UCLA, he went to work with Hager Pacific Properties. He started out as a salesman for the real estate company in southern California and is now a managing partner. Milstein also serves the Jewish people as a philanthropist who supports Israeli-Americans by engaging them and exposing them to the happenings in their home country of Israel.
Adam Milstein has been disappointed with the growing anti semitism in the world and knows that it exists in many different forms. Some people throw around anti semitic jokes while others do a whole lot more. The problem with any of this is that it can lead to something a lot more serious if not put in check. A lot of the violence that has plagued the Jewish people has come by way of anti semitism. In fact, the Jewish people, as a whole, have dealt with a prolonged kind of hatred that many other cultures have not.
Adam Milstein has noticed that many unusual kinds of alliances have formed between groups who share their hatred for the Jewish people. He has been outspoken about the subject for a long time and has learned to not remain silent when horrific events or subtle anti semitism takes place. Of late, he has been uncovering the odd alliance that has been struck between the radical left and the far right. He has also noted that the far left has built an unusual alliance with radical muslims, as well.
Adam Milstein has spoken about the differences between individuals who have different points of view and hateful individuals who simply hate groups of people for whatever reasons. He believes that the United States has it right when it allows groups with opposing points of view to have discussions. The problem is when hate groups are given a platform where no real debate or discussion ever takes place. This is where hate speech begins, and Adam Milstein has indicated their is a clear difference between hate speech and the opinions of a group of people.