Adam Milstein is a leader in his community, an investor in real estate, the President of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, and an author on the Jewish News Syndicate (JNS). His expert writing which is published on the JNS website has reached many people who look for someone to decipher what is going on in the world. It is his experience and commitment to strengthening the State of Israel and the Jewish People that has helped him to reach so many Jews through his writing.
Adam Milstein recently penned an article on JNS that covered radical alliances that have only led to more anti-Semitism around the world. In the article, he acknowledged that anti-Semitism has been seen in the radical right for a long time but that it is also becoming more common in the radical left. Radical Muslim groups also harbor strong anti-Semitism sentiments, and all three of these groups are, more and more, using the same approaches and ideas, which only work to make racism and bigotry stronger.
Adam Milstein has, unfortunately, noticed that in, both, Europe and North America there is an alliance that is growing between radical leftists and radical Muslims. The strange thing is that radical left touts that it disagrees with almost everything that radical Muslims practice, but Milstein has seen that the far left will ignore this to share sentiments of hatred aimed at the western world and anti-Semitism. He has noticed that a growing problem with the far left is to lump all Muslims together rather than to distinguish between moderates and radicals.
Adam Milstein is troubled that this alliance seems to be getting stronger, and he has pointed out that college campuses are slowly gaining more and more Anti-semite leaning students who share the same views as radical Muslim groups. He has pointed out that this has happened before and could be seen during the Iranian revolution that occurred during the late 1970’s when leftists and Islamists bonded together to overthrow the moderate government. Muslim radicals have also found the opportunity to ally with the far right when they would be useful to their anti-Semitism beliefs.