The world knows Adam Milstein as the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties and the Israeli-American Council Writer at Jewish News Syndicate, JNS. He has been an informative source for many topics about the relationship between Israel and United States. One of the more recent articles that he wrote for Jewish News Syndicate was on February 7, 2018, and the article he wrote was about unlikely alliances that push for the advocacy towards anti-semitism worldwide.
In his article, Adam Milstein shared that anti-semitism in the world is already prevalent. There’s nothing new there. What is new, though, is the rate of the increase of such bigotry and the active hatred against Israel and Jews. Another thing that’s new, too, in the analysis of Adam Milstein is his observation of the new unlikely alliances that show such antisemitism activity. The new alliances come from the Radical Muslims and the Radical left, and while it was shown before that the extreme left would have to be progressive and open to the Jews, this is not what is happening now, according to Adam Milstein’s analysis.
One unusual alliance today is headed by leaders like Linda Sarsour, who is one of the famous organizers in the Women’ March that happened in Washington, DC. It seems to Adam Milstein that while Linda Sarsour is supporting actions that are supposedly not done by liberals like her, she still has been touted as a leader of feminism and the left’s role model.
It is also revealed that these unlikely alliances are growing in universities like Tufts University. There are acts in such schools that show hatred against people who support Israel, going so far as calling Israel as a supremacist state. This case is a sure indication of the widespread growth of alliances that diminish Israel and use the rhetoric that seems to destabilize the Jewish state.
While this rise of unlikely alliances is new, the inherent anti-semitism of radical leftists is rooted even as far back as the Iranian revolution. The collusion of the Radical Muslims with the extreme right to show their hatred against the Jews today has also already been around since this revolution.