As extremists demonstrations against those of Jewish faith have become more common, many in positions of leadership are concerned about where these viewpoints will lead. This has been of great concern to Adam Milstein, who as President of the Israeli-American Council has spent many years traveling the world to speak to groups who are concerned about the mainstreaming of hatred. To combat this seemingly growing wave of extreme viewpoints, Adam has chosen to utilize his time to write numerous books and articles about this issue, as well as establish a foundation that he and his wife Gila believe will have a dramatic impact on the lives of many Jewish families.
Rather than let others turn a blind eye to the problems Jewish families face today, Adam Milstein and his wife put in tremendous amounts of time and resources for their Milstein Family Foundation. Along with providing financial support to many families and groups who find themselves in need, Adam and Gila also make sure Jewish families around the world continue to learn more and more about their Jewish heritage and faith. To make this happen, the foundation arranges to have a variety of books sent to these families each month. However, they are not just any ordinary books. Instead, they are written in the ancient Jewish language Hebrew, enabling those reading them to learn the language while at the same time discovering more about their heritage. In doing so, Adam Milstein hopes to encourage the next generation of Jewish families to be knowledgeable of as well as proud of their faith and heritage.
As he continues to fight the mainstreaming of hatred, Adam Milstein knows it will take a nonstop effort on his part as well as others to turn the tide of hatred into one of compassion and understanding. Whether doing so by working with communities to help develop local worship centers, schools, and other venues through his real estate development business, or instead traveling around the world to speak to many of today’s most influential groups, Adam Milstein will strive to get his message out to the world.