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Adam Milstein is an Isreali-American who was born in 1952. He is Managing Partner of Hager Pacific Properties. He founded his foundation in 2000. It is called the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The goal of the foundation is to help Isreali students learn about their past. He is also the Chairman of the Board of the Isreali-American Council. The goal of this group is to be able to strengthen ties between the United States and Isreal. Adam Milstein is also a philanthropist dedicated to supporting the causes and the children of Isreal. In an interview with Ideamensch, Adam Milstein talks about his life and has some practical advice for people.

Adam Milstein came to the United States to further his education and learned very quickly how to become a success in real estate. He says the one thing that keeps him going on a daily basis is being a philanthropist. As his businesses grow and expand he never knows what a typical day is. Being able to give back to people is what makes his hectic schedule more complete.

He says the one that really excites him about the future is the constant fluctuation of the real-estate market. One day the supply may not be equal to the demand and a few weeks later it could easily be the reverse. This is what motivates him to stay in the business of real estate for as long as he has.

He recommends that people should take a close look at the situation they find themselves in and trust their own instincts in business as well as life. Being able to understand a problem that is in front of you is the first step in order to find the proper solution. He also says that people should follow up with contacts and be consistent in their approach. Adam Milstein is determined to link the past with the future. Being a philanthropist has helped him realize that giving back is the way to go. Making sure the legacy of the Isreali people continues is at the heart of what he does and more

Philanthropist Adam Milstein has been selected by the Jerusalem Post for the list of the top fifty influential Jewish people. Mr. Adam Milstein was the thirty ninth person on the list. Adam Milstein joins some of the most well known Jewish figures in the world, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, mega donors Sheldon Adelson and HaimSaban, United States Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Kagan, NatanSharansky, and singer Gal Gadot and actor Sarah Silverman.

Mr. Adam Milstein is the founder of many organizations and foundations that support Israel and the Jewish People. For example, he co-founded the Israeli American Council. He started the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. There are many other organizations that he started.

Mr. Adam Milstein said that he was humbled to be on the list. He said that it was an honor to be included. He said that he can not take any credit without thanking his wonderful wife, Gila, who has supported him throughout his philanthropic efforts. In addition, he wants to thank all the other people who helped him out, including the people at the Israeli American Council.

Adam Milstein is also someone who fights against antisemitism. In an article on the Jerusalem Post, he discussed whether being anti-Israel is just a way to mask antisemitism.

He starts off with a little history of antisemitism and Zionism. He tells the story of the pogroms in Russia and other places in Europe that occurred on a regular basis in previous times. He recalled the Kishinev pogrom that occurred in 1903. In it, forty nine Jews were murdered and fifteen hundred homes were destroyed.

This was the point when Jews realized that they had to rely on themselves to defend themselves. That is what Zionism is all about. In Israel, Jewish people were also attacked. They were attacked without provocation by surrounding nations. It is one thing not to agree with all of Israel’s policies. However, all too often, Israel haters will deny Israel’s right to exist. Adam explains that this is just another form of antisemitism in today’s times.