When it comes to challenges facing the Jewish community, Jews living in the United States are the most affected. They have been exposed to all manner of discrimination just because they come from Israel. At the same time, they are the best group to push for the interests of the community. They are more empowered to help their motherland than other Jews in other countries. There is a considerably high number of Jews who live in the United States. These are the people who should lead the mission of strengthening the State of Israel, according to Adam Milstein. Milstein is a Jew living in the United States. For the past four decades, he has been in the United States doing pursuing education, businessman and other personal goals. Since he came to the United States, he has maintained a close relationship with his motherland. A factor which has made him one of the prominent Jewish leaders outside of Israel.
Adam Milstein is the co-founder and chairman of an organization known as the Israeli-American Council. It is through this organization that he has made a step to push for the needs of the Jewish community. He is trying as much as possible to strengthen the Jewish community through various philanthropic initiatives. Currently, IAC is the fastest growing pro-Israel activism group. This group condemns discrimination of people of Jewish origin and at the same helping the Jews to come together and stand strong against the enemies.
IAC was formed in 2007 and has since then been advocating for the needs of the Jews. One of the main achievements of this organization according to Adam Milstein is creating a culture of philanthropy among the Jews. For a long time, philanthropy has never been part of the community’s culture. Adam Milstein has made it normal for Jews to come together and raise money for a certain cause.
Adam Milstein believes that an Israeli-American is the best suite person in promoting the interest of the Jews. These are people who have faced the local challenges back in Israel and are now experiencing the challenges of being in the diaspora as a Jew. These people deserve to be mouthpieces of the Jewish community, according to Milstein.