Adam Milstein speaks out against the alliance between radical left and radical Muslims

Adam Milstein recently publish an article on JNS, Jewish News Syndicate, about the alliance between the radical left and radical Muslims, and how this alliance is affecting the Jewish community and world. As difficult as it to understand with all the hatred and violence brought on by the radical Muslims, the radical left is in alliance with them. Completely dismissing the fact that radical Muslims treat women extremely poorly, at times stoning women to death for little to no reason, the brutal murdering of gays, and the all out hatred for the west. Radical leftist do this by lumping Muslim and radical Muslims together then omitting all the horror of the radical side.

In this article Adam Milstein gives example of how this is negatively affecting the Jewish people. They are being painted as the people that are causing all the world’s problems by radical Muslims and how radical left is following. The Dyke March in Chicago is one of the examples Adam Milstein gave. The Dyke March was meant to oppose sexual assault. The Zionists that attempted to attend were barred from participating and the organizers condemned them. After the march the attendees were then encouraged to hear a speech by Rasmea Odeh, a terrorist that has been convicted of murdering two Jewish students.

Mr. Milstein was born in Israel and worked alongside his father in real estate and construction during his college years. Several years later in 1981 Adam Milstein and his wife Gila moved to America with their daughters. After moving to America Mr. Milstein received a Master of Business Administration degree and starting working in commercial real estate.

Now Adam Milstein is co founder of the Israeli American Council, as well as holding seats on many organizations boards. Adam Milstein and his wife have also co founded their own foundation. The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation is for philanthropic and charitable services that help strengthen the Jewish community through their three main principles, active philanthropy, philanthropic synergy, and life path impact.

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