Adam Milstein is a popular writer who specializes in issuing widely-read opinions on current events and commonly-held views related to Israel, Palestine, and Judaism. Unlike most writers, Mr. Adam Milstein is known for a spectrum of accomplishments, high-ranking job titles, and other distinctions that effectively set Mr. Milstein apart from the crowd.
Mr. Milstein fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973, a war in which the Israel Defense Forces – worthy of note is that Mr. Adam Milstein served the IDF for two years while living in Israel, the land he was born in – won despite being surprise attacked on the holiest day of their calendar year.
He holds an MBA and a bachelor’s degree, the former of which was earned from one of the most reputable graduate business school programs in all of America – USC – or the University of Southern California.
Mr. Adam Milstein also works for Hager Pacific Properties, a highly successful investment firm that is likely best known to most people as one of the finest such institutions in all of California. Milstein is also active in philanthropy, having founded a philanthropic cause with his wife Gila, helped create an organization that helps Jewish people around the globe, and serving the boards of directors for popular philanthropic groups whose functions are directly related to people in Israel or Jewish people around the world such as the world-renowned Israel on Campus Coalition, Birthright Israel, and countless other good causes.
Without further ado, here’s a little bit about the article Mr. Milstein crafted
Adam Milstein wrote a piece for The Jerusalem Post in which he detailed just how popular the thought of Israel standing tall and steady as an independent, sovereign state is among the hard-working citizens of the United States. Why?
The special occasion Mr. Milstein was writing about such long-standing emotional and political bonds for was the 70th anniversary of the foundation of Israel. The article was pushed out on The Jerusalem Post on May 9, 2018, just five days before the 70th birthday of Israel on May 14, 2018.