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Adam Milstein- Growing ccncern about anti-semitism

Anti-Semitism is a growing concern for the Jewish community all over the world. Agents of hate are targeting the community for discrimination that is unwarranted. According to JNS author Adam Milstein, there is growing concern about the spirited fight that radical groups have engaged in is aimed at smearing the Jews as the cause of all the problems facing the Middle East. The radicals Islamists view Israel as a colonizer who deserves to be evicted out of the region. In their warped thinking, the Jews are the cause of the problems they face. The growing hate against Jews has reached parts of Europe and North America. Going by the recent trends, more radical rights and lefts are joining the anti-Semitism smear campaigns.

Adam Milstein is concerned that the hate against Jews is being allowed to go on with other nations not thinking about the dangers it will pose in future. All the groups which support anti-Semitism have one thing in common; they are all proponents of anti-westernization propaganda. The radical lefts and rights are being used by the radical Islamists to fight their own countries unknowingly. By pushing the agenda of the radical Islamist, they are slowly entrenching anti-westernization beliefs in their regions. Anti-Semitism hate therefore deserve to be done away with as it has a bigger agenda than just to oppose the Jews. The Jews and the Americans share a lot in common. Any attempt to hit on the Jews is a threat to the Americans. As the only democracy in the Middle East, Israel is seen by other countries in the region as an outcast and a sympathizer of the Americans.

Adam Milstein is the chairman of the Israeli-American Council. This is an organization that aims at strengthening the Jewish community. The group has been supporting and mentoring young Jews. The aim is to make them grow up knowing that they deserve to protect their identity since it’s already under attack from the radicals. Adam Milstein wants those a stronger Israel, and most importantly the defeat of anti-Semitism hate being sponsored by the radical Islamists. He is also a philanthropist and is the founder of the Adam Milstein Family Foundation.

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Michel Terpins Conquering the World Through Rally Driving

Terpins is a name you will not fail to hear being mentioned if you are a keen follower of sporting action in Brazil. The Terpins family is one of the richest sporting families in this economy with the two brothers Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins following in the footsteps of their father Jack Terpins a famed Brazilian basketball player of the 1960s and 1970s. Despite following a different sport to their father’s, the two rally drivers have been able to carry the family name high through their many achievements.

Michel Terpins aged 40 years followed his elder brother, Rodrigo Terpins in 20002 when he debuted the rally competition under the motorcycle category. After some time, Michel crossed over to the cars category where he joined Rodrigo as his navigator. Michel was impressive as he helped drive his brother to many victories. After acquiring some experience, Michel seized the opportunity to go behind the wheel.

Currently, Michel Terpins drives the T-Rex car and competes in the Prototypes T1 category like his Rodrigo. Michel Terpins is quite impressive behind the wheel. Thanks to the services of his navigator and friend Maykel Justo, the duo has been able to win a number of competitions. One of the recent competitions the duo really impressed was the 25th edition of Sertões Rally. Despite lacking the podium position due to some mechanical issues on their vehicle Michel and Justo were able to make a name for themselves.

The Sertões Rally 25th edition was one of the hardest competitions ever to have been carried out in Brazil. In addition to the rough terrains and the bad weather, the drivers had to drive through three different states in Brazil. Despite this, Michel and Justo were able to maintain the led on the first two days of the competition before slowing down and stepping out on the third day after covering only 306 km. In the face of this disappointment, Michel was still impressed with the outcomes of the day. Michel also attributes most of the successes to his navigator Justo and points out that it is his hard work, dedication and drive that has helped them to win it all.