Adam Milstein; Fighting Anti-Semitism from All Fronts

Adam Milstein is a man of many trades. He has excelled in the business world as a real estate entrepreneur and in the social scene through philanthropy. Adam has offered financial and ethical support to many organizations involved in promoting rights of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. He has also been instrumental in strengthening ties between Israel and the United States of America. In fact, Adam Milstein is the national chairperson of the Israeli-American Council.

He is currently the president of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation which, he co-founded with his wife, Gila. He has also become a reputable author taking the pro-Semitic campaign to the writing arena. Read more about Adam Milstein at

In his latest article on anti-Semitism alliances around the globe, Adam Milstein points out how various groups are working together to delegitimize the nation of Israel. He believes that the groups are increasingly sharing ideas to strengthen their campaigns which are built on hate, bigotry, and racism. Adam believes that the anti-Israel narrative is the cornerstone of the existence of some of these groups. In principle, their activities revolve around fighting and sullying Israel and its people.

Adam Milstein is concerned with the spread of anti-Semitic leftism in learning institutions. Indeed, it is an indication that the future existence of Jewish people in America and beyond is threatened. It has been reinforced by the open support people in leadership positions on international platforms. One of these people is Linda Sarsour; a political activist involved organizing the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. She openly recognized and appreciated the role played by one of the co-conspirators of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. These have made her a hero and a role model to the radical groups.


Adam also points out that the trend is on a further increase with the recent expelling of three people for having Stars of David on their pride flags in two rallies in Chicago. Participants of the rallies were also encouraged to attend an inherently anti-Semitic speech by Rasmea Odeh, a Palestinian terrorist.

As an author, Adam Milstein has found a platform to push his work to the international scene and illustrate the need for harmonious co-existence and mutual respect despite the different ethnic and social backgrounds. Visit to know more about Adam Milstein.

A Brief Glimpse at Michael Lacey

Michael Thoreau Lacey is an American mathematician, he was born on September 26th, 1959 and received a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1987. Upon graduating he chose to do his thesis statement on Banach spaces.

He is famous among mathematicians for solving a problem relating to relativity theory called the law of iterated logarithm, which is itself a study of fluctuations of the mathematical object known at random walk. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey |Math Alliance

The first job position he held after receiving his Ph.D. was at Louisiana State University. Lacey then moved to Indiana University where he received the National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship. He has been a Professor of Mathematics at Georgia Institute of Technology since he left Indiana in 1996.

The same year he started working in George, he received the prestigious Salem Prize. Lacey received another grant in 2004 called the Guggenheim Fellowship. The grant is awarded to creative groups or individuals, usually in arts.

Lacey has also been on the other end of the grant process. He has personally overseen the gifting of grants like VIGRE and MCTP and in doing so has supported many students in achieving their educational dreams. Lacey advises students in his office in George on a near daily basis and has been the personal teacher of more than 10 postdocs.

Even with all of his success in the world of probability, his most important work, it is safe to say, is his work in harmonic analysis, which is a sub-type of mathematics dealing with representation of functions as harmonic waves.

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