Real Estate Investor and Philanthropist Adam Milstein Discusses anti-Semitism on JNS.Org

Adam Milstein, the national chairman of the Israeli-American Council and real estate figure, is an author on JNS.org, also known as the “Jewish News Syndicate”. In his piece entitled “Unlikely radical alliances fan the flames of anti-Semitism worldwide”, he outlines how Muslims typify and stereotype Jews into a certain archetype that is based on unfounded facts and the hyper-Left wing sector of America which supports anti-Semitic ideals.

In his article, Milstein mentions the likes of Linda Sarsour: a political activist whose leadership presence and role has been made known at the feminists’ “Women’s March” in Washington, D.C. Linda Sarsour is praised as a leader of feminism, yet (Adam Milstein asserts) that she supports a controversial topic which is commonly known as “Sharia law”. Some of the core tenets of Sharia law include stoning women, executing homosexuals by various means, and also just generally trampling on various forms of women’s rights. So the hypocrisy, Adam Milstein is saying, is beyond the scope of what a rational person would consider to be logical. He goes on to state Muslims in America essentially get a free pass for their anti-Semitic views because they are typified in the media as being all the same, “as one block”, and that this is not just. That Jews are also typified as being “all powerful” and that all problems related with Jews are, in the eyes of Muslims, the fault of the Jews which stem directly from the “Elders of Zion.”

(https://www.jns.org/opinion/unlikely-radical-alliances-fan-the-flames-of-anti-semitism-worldwide/).

Adam Milstein goes on to explain how Sarsour supports Siraj Wajjah, the unindicted co-conspirator of the 1993 World Trade Center explosion. He also cites many more examples throughout history where anti-Semitism has been prevalent, how it’s reach has been increasing, and how its existence (predominantly on university campuses) and undermining the greatness of America and the Jewish people.