The Jewish News Syndicate (JNS) is a news media publication that outsources its works to dozens of web-based and physical newspaper publications every week. Russel Pergament and Joshua Katzen, the Jewish News Syndicate’s only two publishers, know good writers when they see them – Adam Milstein has long been one of them.
Adam Milstein’s area of focus as an author includes things related to Judaism, the Jewish ethnic group, the State of Israel, and current events all throughout the Middle East. Though Adam Milstein’s primary career and means of generating income is real estate – he’s a managing partner of the top-notch real estate firm Hager Pacific Properties – he is far more passionate about writing and spreading his message of defending Israel’s values and the same of the Jewish religion to people all across the globe.
A piece Mr. Milstein wrote on the Jewish News Syndicate – his most recent piece for the JNS, actually – on February 7, 2018, was titled “Unlikely Radical Alliances Fan the Flames of Anti-Semitism Worldwide,” and covered exactly what the title contained.
People all around the globe – except for maybe people living in the Middle East and elsewhere, to a lesser extent, that carry out such crimes and leadership of rotten organizations – are scared of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS. Not all Muslims support ISIS, nor are all Muslims evil like the people in ISIS; however, Mr. Adam Milstein makes clear in his hot, popular piece that they are trying their hardest to remove the Jewish ethnic group and the religion of Judaism from planet Earth.
Radical Muslim movements are inherently violent. Such groups of Jihadi followers want to bring war to the world. Then, and only then, will Allah – the god of Islam – come down from the heavens. As such, people living in the Middle East that are enrolled in ISIS kill countless people en masse in hopes of bringing problems to planet Earth.
In the piece mentioned above, Adam Milstein compared the radical left of the United States’ political sphere to that of radical Muslims.