Adam Milstein, an Israeli-American who is employed by Hager Pacific Properties, feels passion for Jewry. With Adam Milstein, the number one word is Zionism. He is all about Zionism, and he keeps talking about it through speeches at conferences, published articles and social media. If there is anybody who is the epitome of evil, it is an anti-Zionist—in the opinion of Adam Milstein. He equates anti-Zionism with antisemitism. This is because of the fact that having a land to call their own is the dream of Jews. Not having a land of their own makes them extremely vulnerable to the aggressive advances of majority populations and governments that are controlled by majority populations who are not them. Zionism is crucial to the safety and security of Jewish people. Having a physical homeland in a biblically prescribed place is also extremely important for concreting Jewish identity.
For thousands of years, Jews have wandered around the planet, with a constant series of dramatic events happening throughout the years. Ever since biblical times, they have been ethnic, racial and religious minorities in places where they have resided. This has led to them being scapegoated for a variety of bad things and abused by majority populations. There have also been some negative aspects of their societies that majority populations have taken out of proportion. These negative aspects have been cited as justifications for antisemitism. However, antisemitism is never justified. This is why Israel must exist, and why Adam Milstein rallies for Zionism.
There are many factors that serve as challenges to Zionism. For example, young Jews are being chased out of Israel by poor economic conditions. Adam Milstein has taken on this problem in the articles and posts that he has published. There is no shortage of young, educated people who cannot find employment. There is also no shortage of people who are unable to save up money and own property. The way that Israel is described, it sounds like a place where only extraordinarily wealthy people can live in comfort with a prospective future—kind of like Dubai.