Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American businessman and writer. He writes for an online blog named the Jewish News Syndicate (jns.org), and he keeps it updated with news about the status of the Israeli community around the world. Different news programs are also interviewing him because of his role in the global diaspora of Israeli culture and traditions. In the United States, he is known as the founder of the Israeli-American Council. The council was established in 2007, and it served as a home for the Israeli-Americans who are living in Los Angeles. Adam Milstein recently gave his insights about the growing number of Israelis who wanted to go to the United States to settle. He could still recall that the situation was very different in the 1980s, as Israelis are trying to leave the United States to settle back on their homeland. However, everything had changed, and more Israelis are looking at the United States as a potential place to live. The young and the talented Israelis make up the majority of those who are leaving the Jewish State in exchange for a better life in the United States.
According to statistics, more than one million Israelis are living in the United States today. One of the reasons why the tide is turning is because of the unresolved issues between Israel and its neighboring states. There is also an increased cost of living in the country, while the salary remains low. There is also political turmoil almost every day, triggering the concern for safety for most Israelis. They wanted a place where they could live peacefully, and most have chosen the United States.
Adam Milstein is proud to say that he is an Israeli-American who has chosen to live in Los Angeles, California. He said that it is his right to live wherever he pleases, and he does not forget about his countrymen who are living in the United States with him. He is engaging in different philanthropic programs, and most are targeted towards the Israeli Youth and supporting them of their studies. Adam Milstein is also donating a lot of cash to Israeli charities and foundations.