Adam Milstein was born in Israel in a small town known as Haifa. He was the eldest son of a real estate developer, Hillel Milstein and a homemaker, Eva. Milstein’s mother went to Israel at the age of 18 from Mexico. His father was also an immigrant from Argentina. His father moved to Israel at the tender age of 19 in the year 1948 after the formation of the country of Israel. Adam Milstein is passionate about humanitarian assistance and worthy causes such as fundraising. Milstein was conscripted in 1971 into the Israeli military for mandatory service. He served as a military officer during the Yom Kippur conflict in 1973. He also fought during the six-day war on the Egyptian front and matched in the army of general Ariel Sharon. Adam Milstein took part in crossing the Suez Canal and played a key role in encircling the Egyptian military.
In 1978, Milstein enrolled as a freshman at Technion. He pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and business. While still at the university, he joined his father in efforts to expand their construction and real estate company.
Milstein’s JNS views
Adam Milstein wrote an article that was published on the JNS on February 7, 2018. In this article, he highlighted the sources of anti-Semitism. He discussed the reasons why anti-Semitism was one of the firm pillars of radical Islamist movements such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda. The article outlined the reasons why anti-Semitism has been the cause of radical right movements as well as radicalized left movements. There radical Muslims joined hands with the radical leftists in undermining the rights of the less privileged and minorities, condemning gays and stoning women.
Some countries decided to collaborate in common effort to achieve tolerance and the freedom of association and free speech. In Chicago, Illinois, two identical rallies further illustrated the discrimination even further. Three people were denied access to an LGBT gala for having flags that had the Star of David on them. On the other occasion, some Jews who attempted to take part in a rally opposing sexual violence were thrown out and later deported.