Adam Milstein is a co-founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, which offers various services to the Jewish organizations and fosters its relationship with the United States. He is a philanthropist and his organisations offers financial support to the Jewish people. Born and raised in Israel he fought in the Yom Kippur War and relocated to the USA in 1981. He is actively involved in real estate market and works to help his Jewish community.

His operations are based on three principles which are; philanthropy, relying on the MFF which offers both expertise and financial help to the projects they are involved with. The life path impact, which works to ensure they maintain a touch with the children and adults thereby fostering a deep Israeli-America connection, the philanthropic synergy, which offers financial help to similar organizations working towards the realization of his goals and visons.

Adam Milstein latest publication on the times of Israel Diaspora connects the Jewish history, the leadership, and the day-to-day challenges affecting the Jewish people. He urges that for the problems facing Israel, only great leaders would be able to go past those challenges. He talks about the contributions of the first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, Revisionist Zionism Ze’ev Jabotinsky and Golda Meir the first female Prime Minister whose efforts resulted in the formation of an independent Jewish state.

Several tough leaders have helped make Israel what is today although the country is facing many challenges. The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign seeks to destroy the Israeli nation. For these set of challenges an action should be initiated and requires tough leadership. The Jewish American community needs to uphold the national heroes of the country. It is for these that able leadership is required to inspire the next crop of Jewish leaders in America.

In his daily work, Adam Milstein believes that the potential for the next crop of leader is there. He identifies youths in various leadership positions such as those taking part in Israeli-Community Council, and those in the Tzofim and B’nei Akiva youth groups who end up serving in the IDF. Adam Milstein believes that for these leaders to fight anti-Semitism and make Israel great, they have to be supported, nurtured and be given the tools they need to succeed.

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