Adam Milstein is an important voice in the Jewish community, and right now he is using that voice to condemn the far left for bigotry and hypocrisy. Milstein is an Israeli-American immigrant who came to the U.S. in 1981. A graduate from the University of Southern California, Adam Milstein made a name for himself as a real-estate investor, climbing the corporate ladder to become managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties. Adam Milstein also labels himself an “active” philanthropist, and lives up to that description in every way. Among his services in support of the Jewish community worldwide, is his avocation for equal-treatment of that community. Adam Milstein is a very outspoken man, his high activity on twitter nailed him a ranking as one of the 25 most influential leaders on “Jewish Twitter” by the Jerusalem Post. JNS, Jewish News Syndicate, is the fastest growing news outlet for the Jewish community at present, it is the perfect platform for Milstein to speak out. And speak out he has.
Milstein’s comments in his article, ““Unlikely Radical Alliances Fan the Flames of Anti-Semitism Worldwide”, compare modern radical members of the far left to the Iranian Revolution. According to Milstein the support the left shows for radical Islamists makes no sense, as the left also advocates for human rights. In his view the far left cannot tell the difference between a mainstream Muslim and a radical Muslim, and therefore groups them together turning radicals into victims. His biggest issue is that such support fuels anti-Semitism. He goes on to list examples in his article, or individuals the left has honored who advocate the death of Jews. He also mentions examples of bigotry in how the Jewish Community is singled out by the left. At an LGBT event in Chicago several Jewish protestors were expelled from the march because their pride flags featured a Star of David. The article calls out the left for their hypocrisy, and their vilification of Israel. So far the article has created a following since its February release, with many corners of the web reacting in different ways.