The education of young Jews is one of the measures that the Jews are taking to ensure that they preserve their culture. It is the young generation that will take over leadership of the community years to come and push the community’s agenda further. If they happen to be unaware of the history of their community, they will into a trap that is set by their enemies. Being the only democratic country in the Middle East, Israel has many enemies from the neighboring dictatorial nations who are looking for the slightest opportunity to attack the Jewish state.
Adam Milstein, one of the community leaders for the Jewish-American community believes that one of the ways that the Jews can instill pride among themselves is by focusing on education. When Jews are educated right from a young age about their history, language, values, and culture, they will grow up knowing that they need to protect their values.
The education that the children get according to Adam Milstein should be focused on helping them to grow up knowing that they need to be committed to their families and the community. The education should also help them know how to live in the current times, in the face of the challenges that face the Jewish community such as anti-Semitism.
Adam Milstein talks about educating the Jewish children to think outside the box. Critical thinking is one of the factors that should be insisted on and should be given priority. It should be encouraged among the young Jews right from a young age. The lessons that the children pick up will be instrumental in the future growth of the community. The next generation of Jews must be able to tackle the challenges that the community faces. There should be no more oppression of the Jews based on historical propaganda that has been peddled by agents of hate.
Adam Milstein is using his resources which he has gotten from his investments in the real estate sector. He has a company known as Hager Pacific Properties. He is turning his success in the business sector into the success of the whole community.