Though inactive today, the Jewish Agency was once an international coalition of Jewish people that sought to organize followers of the religion and members of the Jewish ethnic group around the world. In 1948 – specifically, on May 14, Mr. David Ben-Gurion formally formed the State of Israel. That same day, the now-former, then-current United States President Harry Truman formally recognized the State of Israel as a tried-and-true nation.
Adam Milstein is a Jewish man that was born in Israel just four years after it was founded. He is widely known for several accomplishments, including being a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council – he’s the chairman of its board of directors, currently – one-half of the foundership behind the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, and managing partner of the popular real estate investment firm Hager Pacific Properties, among several other accomplishments of note.
Mr. Milstein even was a part of the Israel Defense Forces as part of his mandatory two-year service to the State of Israel’s official army. During his last year of service, he was required to put his life on the line as part of the Yom Kippur War in 1973.
The Jerusalem Post was happy to have Mr. Adam Milstein contribute in the past month
On May 9, 2018, Adam Milstein made a lengthy post regarding the then-upcoming 70th birthday of the State of Israel. A well-known supporter of the independence of the State of Israel from the Palestinian Authority, Hamas, and all Palestinians – a controversial stance in itself, depending on who one talks to about the issue – Mr. Adam Milstein made clear the long-standing relationship between the United States of America and the State of Israel.
He claimed that the May 14, 2018, 70th birthday of Israel “brought a surge of pride across America was we #Celebrate70,” the latter-most phrase referring to how countless supporters of Israel’s independence referenced the quasi-ethnostate’s birthday across social media and other digital media.
Mr. Adam Milstein shared that there were more than 15 Celebrate Israel Festivals across the United States, as well as celebrations at colleges across the nation – and even the United States Congress.