Adam Milstein And The Issue Of Young Jews Moving Out Of The Holy Land

Adam Milstein is convinced that it is a serious problem that young professionals are leaving Israel. Young professionals who are waiting to reproduce and start lives elsewhere are leaving, while the bummy Ultra-Orthodox—people who breed like rabbits and take from the system while pursuing a non-productive lifestyle of religious fundamentalism—are staying. This is a major problem because young professionals are needed for Israel to sustain itself as a modern, competitive, clean place where people have a good level of human rights. These are the people who are needed when it comes to Israel priding itself on innovation and intelligence. Orthodox Judaism is the only type of Judaism that is officially recognized by the government in Israel. However, the type of Judaism that Ultra-Orthodox people follow is not the type of Judaism that is officially endorsed by the Israeli government. If Ultra-Orthodox people gain too much power in Israeli society, there is a chance that the place will become a less open minded place and a more hostile place for people who want reside in Israel and live secular lifestyles.

There is also a major thing with unemployment and the cost of living being way too high. Unfortunately, Israel is not the place to be if you are a poor person. Even if you are making what would be a middle class salary in America, you would have a hard time affording life in many parts off Israel. This is the reason why Israelis immigrate to America and buy homes. This is actually what Adam Milstein did in the 1980s. Adam Milstein moved to Southern California and raised a family. It’s really not surprising that Adam Milstein moved to Southern California because of the fact that Southern California is one of the few place in the country that are known for large Jewish populations. Various places are known for large enclaves. However, Southern California and New York are specifically known as places with the biggest Jewish populations. This fact is so well-known that it was referenced on an episode of Family Guy many years ago.

 

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