Adam Milstein is an individual who has made his mark in real estate investment. However, he is a lot more than just a real estate professional. He also has made perhaps an even more notable mark in the field of philanthropy related to Jewish-American causes. He has written many important articles, including his latest one, entitled “Why Americans are celebrating Israel’s 70th.” In this piece, Adam Milstein notes the common bond between the two nations.
First of all, this common bond actually goes back centuries. John Adams, the second U.S. president, once wrote that he wished the Jews could have an independent nation. Even though this did not occur until a hundred and forty-seven years after he left office, the reason he wished for them to have an independent state is because the Jews have shared many of the ideals of the United States. This would include such things as religious freedom, tolerance, Democracy, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and Judeo-Christian values.
Milstein writes that another reason why Americans are celebrating Israel 70 years later would be because both of these countries are committed to changing the world. The US is a facilitator of life-changing inventions, and Israel is known as the first-ever stable democracy within the Middle East. Because Israelis enjoy the same type of freedoms that Americans do, Israel has also become known as the start-up nation in the Middle East – more original companies have started from Israel than in any other part of the region.
Adam Milstein is also quick to point out that both of these countries are recognized as a “melting pot.” For example, the Jews have a spread out to every corner of the globe for thousands of years. They have spread their ideas to every corner of the globe as well. America may have been the first “melting pot”, but Israel is carrying on that same crucial tradition in the Middle East today.
Adam Milstein is proud to be an Israeli-American philanthropist, an Israeli-American activist, and a successful businessman in the United States. As long as there is a breath in him he will continue to fight for the Jewish principles both within the United States and in his mother country of Israel.