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This article was originally sponsored content published in Hadassah Magazine’s July 2020 issue. Never Again the Canary in the Coal Mine! By Adam Milstein Facing ever growing antisemitism in the decades following the Holocaust, the Diaspora Jewish community’s common response has been to cry “Never Again” and to describe ourselves as the “canary in the coal mine,” which implies that whatever begins with the Jews never ends with the Jews. While these ideas are echoed by millions, words are not enough. Jewish leaders fail to realize that action is required to prevent this violent hatred from becoming “Again and Again.”  Read More…

This article was originally published in CEOWorld Magazine on July 15, 2020. Adam Milstein firmly believes that education plays an important role in shaping the future of society. It has the power to instill values that motivate people to stand against hate and violence. Milstein, an Israeli-American, is a prominent real estate investor. He immigrated to the United States with his wife and children almost two decades ago. Today, he is a revered community activist, thought leader, lobbyist, and philanthropist. Milstein champions pro-Israel and pro-American causes. He leads and supports organizations and programs that provide Americans with the knowledge and  Read More…

As we fight racism, are we doing equal justice in fighting antisemitism? Listen to Adam and Zev Brenner on the Talkline Network:

Jews are the Canary in the Coalmine

This article was published in Jewish Link on June 25, 2020. Facing ever-growing antisemitism in the decades following the Holocaust, the Diaspora Jewish community’s common response has been to declare “Never Again”, describe ourselves as the “canary in the coal mine” and warn everyone else that the hate that begins with the Jews never ends with the Jews. While these ideas are echoed by millions, they are no longer making any difference. Racial tensions are intensifying in America, Jews are being increasingly targeted, and Jewish leaders fail to realize that action is required to prevent this violent hatred from becoming  Read More…

This article was originally published in Arutz Sheva on June 25, 2020. When 19-year-old Adam Milstein joined the Israel Defense Forces, he did not expect to fight one of Israel most historic wars. The 1973 Yom Kippur War left a lifelong impact on Milstein. He decided that if it were God’s will for him to survive, he would devote his life’s work to uniting and strengthening the State of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide. Adam started his philanthropic journey from humbling beginnings. Thirty years later, he helped establish one of the largest Israeli-American organizations in the United States. Adam  Read More…

Published in the Jewish Exponent on June 24, 2020. Facing ever growing anti-Semitism in the decades following the Holocaust, the Diaspora Jewish community’s common response has been to cry “Never Again” and to describe ourselves as the “canary in the coal mine,” which implies that whatever begins with the Jews never ends with the Jews. While these ideas are echoed by millions, words are not enough. Jewish leaders fail to realize that action is required to prevent this violent hatred from becoming “again and again.” We cannot allow ourselves to be helpless, expendable canaries any longer. Rabbi Hillel said: “If  Read More…

Posted in the Jewish Journal on June 24, 2020. Each Passover, we sing, “Ve’hi she’amda la’avotainu ve’lanu to remind us that in every generation our detractors physically try to destroy us and HaShem is there to save us from their hands. So, what exactly is our role in preventing the violence inflicted on us, our families and our communities? Does God want us to sit back and let Jew haters eradicate us? Does he want us to try to defend ourselves with armed guards and security walls? Or does God want us to go on the offense and try to prevent some  Read More…

Originally published on matzav.com on June 9, 2020. Adam Milstein is a renowned Israeli-American philanthropist who was recently named one of the 200 Most Influential Do-Gooders in the World. Milstein is in great company, as other names on the list include Warren Buffet, Elon Musk, and Barack Obama. The recognition celebrates Adam’s dedication to strengthening the Jewish-American community and advancing the unique alliance between America and the State of Israel. On his philanthropic work and this award, Milstein says, “My philanthropic work is one of the most important and gratifying parts of my life, and I am honored to be included among so  Read More…

Originally published in The Yeshiva World on June 12, 2020. When 19-year-old Adam Milstein joined the Israel Defense Forces, he did not expect to fight one of Israel’s most historic wars. The 1973 Yom Kippur War left a lifelong impact on Milstein.  He decided that if it were God’s will for him to survive, he would devote his life’s work to uniting and strengthening the State of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide. Adam started his philanthropic journey from humbling beginnings. Thirty years later, he helped establish one of the largest Israeli-American organizations in the United States. Adam Milstein was born in  Read More…

Included in The Algemeiner on June 11, 2020. Chabad of Poway, Calif. Photo: Chabad of Poway.     JNS.org – Facing ever-growing antisemitism in the decades following the Holocaust, the Diaspora Jewish community’s common response has been to cry “Never Again” and describe ourselves as the “canary in the coal mine,” which implies that whatever begins with the Jews never ends with the Jews. While these ideas are echoed by millions, words are not enough. Jewish leaders fail to realize that action is required to prevent this violent hatred from becoming “again and again.” We cannot allow ourselves to be helpless, expendable  Read More…