In 14th May, Israel celebrated her 70th birthday after independence. In America, the celebrations were all over with Americans joining the Israel citizens and Jews living in the USA in the celebrations. From college campuses, halls of Congress to over 16 Israel festivals were held in all the cities to mark the celebrations. People celebrated the accomplishments of Israel and how the relationship between Israel and the USA has grown stronger. Adam Milstein is one of the community leaders who were delighted to witness the celebrations. He is an author who writes much about the state of Israel and the Jewish community on Jerusalem Post.
Both America and Israel have a come a long way to get to where they are today. These two nations are established by people who were in search of religious freedom. Also, they are established on the western values of democracy: freedom of the press, free speech and Judeo-Christian values. Zionist Dream is just like the American Dream which targets to help everyone to succeed by giving them the right to opportunity and self-determination.
Adam Milstein also points out that both America and Israel have withstood existential threats for a long time through patriotism and courage of their citizens. This is why Israel citizens, Jews, and Americans joined hands during the Israel 70th birthday. Besides, the two nations fought for their independence. Adam Milstein participated in the Yom Kippur War while he was serving at the IDF. War made ensured the two nations governed themselves without foreign interferences.
Adam Milstein is a passionate community leader who always wishes the best for the state of Israel. He is the president of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation which supports many organizations that target to empower Jewish community. Adam Milstein is also a great entrepreneur. At Hager Pacific Properties, he is a managing partner and oversees property management as well as accounting at the firm. He is a learned community leader as he holds a degree and an MBA from Technion and the University of Southern California respectively.