Adam Milstein Stands Out as Great Patriot and Influencer of Israel

Adam Milstein was born and brought up in Haifa, Israel. He joined the Israeli Defense Forces in 1971 for his mandatory service. In 1973, he served in the Yom Kippur War. After the war, Adam Milstein went to the Technion and pursued a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and Economics. While studying, he joined his father and helped him expand their real estate development and construction business. Shortly after his graduation, he left Israel with his wife and went to the United States where Adam furthered his education at the University of Southern California.


Adam Milstein became one of the successful real estate investment managers in Los Angeles. Together with his wife, they launched the Adam and Giga Milstein Family Foundation to offer philanthropic services to organizations that purpose to strengthen the State of Israel, the Jewish people, as well as the United States-Israel relationship.


Adam Milstein is revolutionizing philanthropy through His foundation. Together with the staff, they devote time and expertise to all the programs, organizations, and the projects they partner with. His philanthropy goes beyond financial support as he actively incorporates his knowledge and skills to ensure that partner organizations attain a high level of efficiency and influence.


Recently, Adam Milstein posted on The Jerusalem Post, addressing the new antisemitism. Programs targeting Jews have been there since time immemorial. However, they were quite rampant in the 20 century. By then, the Jews were not prepared to fight back, and this led to the destruction of lives and property. After this tragedy, the Jews vowed to battle antisemitism head-on. This was evident when they defeated six fully armed Arab armies in 1948.



According to Adam Milstein, the new antisemitism purposes to delegitimize and demonize the State of Israel and Jewish people in the media, educational institutions, and political arenas. In the post, Adam Milstein explains how the current generation can understand and fight antisemitism tactically using experience. He urges people to forbid antisemitism ideologies and attain the determination and courage to fight back before it is too late.