The Outspoken Author of JNS; Adam Milstein

Adam Milstein is an Israeli born American. He was born in Haifa. He has a passion in humanitarian activities and serving in worthy causes that include raising funds. Adam Milstein also likes to partner with like-minded people to benefit society and citizens of the world. Adam Milstein is a pro-Israeli activist who supports education for the Jews. Mr. Milstein is also an entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. He also serves as the chairperson of the Israeli-American Council.

The Jewish News Syndicate: Milstein’s views

Adam Milstein wrote an article on Feb 7, 2018, where he discussed the sources of anti-Semitism. He argued that anti-Semitism is the cornerstone of the many movements of radical Islam that are in today’s world. The ideology has contributed to reinforcing a wave of racism, bigotry and hate, and the sharing of malicious ideas. Anti-Semitism is conspicuously present on the radical right, and it continues to grow on the left. The radical leftists had joined radical Islamists in the acts of undermining minority rights, condemning gays and stoning women who were in violation of Sharia law.

Countries then decided to join hands in the effort because they have a shared ideology. The nations desired to achieve anti-Semitism, tolerance, and freedom of speech and association. Several people characterized the alliance. One of the most vocal activists was Linda Sarsour. She praised how women were treated in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and even said that one of the Jewish journalists was a staunch member of the Semitic alt-right group.

Israel was myopically condemned by another guide from the New York University. The guide had 55 references more than what had been referenced to white supremacy, racism, alt-right and US President Donald Trump. The condemnation was further illustrated by two rallies that happened in the city of Chicago, Illinois, during an LGBT gala. In the gala, three individuals were barred from having access because of having the Star of David on the flags that they were carrying. In another event, some Jews were barred from taking part in a walk against sexual violence. The Jews were condemned by the event organizers and were later deported.

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