Adam Milstein is a smiley in a sea of frownies when it comes to optimism about Jewish/Israeli identity. This is because he has a deep understanding of the fact that Judaism is something so deep and long-lasting that it will never die out. It appears that Jewish and Israeli identities are going away into a pit of non-existence. However, anybody who thinks this is short sighted. Judaism is something that has lasted for so long, through thick and thin, and is still running strong. The trend of identity loss is just a drop in the bucket, and Jewish and Israeli identities are not going away. The Old Testament is basically a record of what happened to Jews throughout the ages. Some people think that during the past 80 years, Jewish identity has faded. However, in the Bible, 80 years is spoken about as if it is just a petty drop in the bucket. After such spans of years, the Jewish people have experienced thick and thin, and have come out victorious.
Adam Milstein has fulfilled an important role as a Jew by having children. Him and his wife conceived three daughters, who are now grown up. Their daughters conceived three grandchildren. Conception is very important to Judaism, due to the fact that it results in more Jews in the world. Jews are supposed to “be fruitful and multiply.”
However, the “be fruitful and multiply” thing is backfiring in Israel. Adam Milstein knows that the people who should multiply—people who appreciate a modern, secular culture and are not religious extremists—are the ones who are not multiplying. They are running away from Israel due to the poor job prospects in the country. However, ultra-Orthodox groups like the Haredi are staying in Israel and are multiplying exponentially. Adam Milstein knows that these people are Jews and and that they should be respected for that reason. However, they lack appreciation for math and science, and their schools show this fact. The problem is that to rise up in the modern world, Israel has to have highly educated people who are productive.
Thor Halvorssen is a famous human rights activist who is based in New York City. Thor was born and raised in Venezuela. Thor is an advocate of civil rights, public interests, human rights and democracy. The human activist started fighting for the rights of people when he was thirteen years old.
Thor Halvorssen is the founder and president of the Oslo Freedom Forum, a unique program that allows human rights activists from different parts of the world to come together every year. The program was established so that the activists can meet and discuss the various issues affecting them. The foundation is very similar to the Davos Gathering, but its greatest agenda is human rights.
Apart from being the founder of the successful organization, Thor is the president of the famous Human Rights Foundation that is headquartered in New York City. The powerful organization was founded several years ago to fight for the rights of people in different parts of the world. Under his leadership, the organization has helped many people get their freedom. The human rights activist is also the founder of the Moving Picture Institute.
Thor was born in 1976 by a father who was an ambassador of the anti-narcotic campaign in Venezuela. However, when the human activist was growing up, his parents had to endure several challenges. When Thor was still in the university, he was informed that his father had been taken to jail because of money laundering and fraud. He had to stay in prison for three months being tortured and beaten. Several years later, Thor’s father was also charged with terrorism. However, Amnesty International intervened, and he was released from prison after being innocent.
The fight for the rights of humans is believed to be deeply rooted in the Thor Family. Thor’s mother is believed to have been killed when attending a peaceful demonstration in her country. Most of the other protestors sustained several injuries, but Thor’s mother was not lucky. The acts of the police during the peaceful demonstration were recorded on camera and shown in most of the television stations. Although the people responsible were taken to court, they were only given three years in jail.