Adam Milstein has written many articles on the state of Jewish international affairs, and beyond just opinions of the news he’s published independent blogs on the Jerusalem Post, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and the Jewish News Syndicate. One of his latest articles is about how the Maccabees changed the course of an attempt to assimilate and ultimately purge Jewish culture back in the ancient times, and how Jews today can stand up for their identity. Milstein mentioned that throughout the history of its establishment in 1948, Israel has faced armies of superior numbers but has outsmarted their enemies every time to defeat them and defend the homeland. He says there’s many challenges today to defend the Jewish way and maintain national pride, but he believes that if parents instill pride and courage in their children and children are encouraged to think in even unconventional ways, there’s a bright future for Israel and Jewish-Americans.
Adam Milstein is currently the co-chair of the Milstein Family Foundation, Managing Partner of Hager Pacific Properties and President of the Israeli-American Council. He began his career in 1974 at the Technion Institute after finishing his term in the Israeli Defense Forces, and while completing his bachelor’s degree he also worked with his father in construction. He later helped found Hager Pacific Properties after completing his MBA and picked up experience in commercial real estate brokering. Adam Milstein along with his colleagues David Hager and Robert Neal has helped add millions worth of luxury properties to the firm’s portfolio.
Adam Milstein and his wife Gila started their charity group with the purpose of building unity between Jews who’ve been a part of the Jewish-American community for a long time, and newer Israeli-American generations who’ve felt alienated. Milstein has sought to support organizations that have both conservative and liberal ties, but he’s called for all people in their political affiliations to support what the nation of Israel does. He’s often spoke at University events and at annual conferences hosted by AIPAC, and he and his wife often take high school and college students back to Israel during the summer. Milstein also has ranked in the Jerusalem Post’s list of influential Jews.
Michel Terpins is not only a rally driver, but he also has engineering skills that he was able to obtain as he was growing up. Understanding the cars that he drives is an advantage since he can identify the best requirements that enable him to steer his vehicle for long distances on rough terrains. Rally cars are a little bit different from the regular cars. As much as they all operate on similar types of roads, rally cars are typically modified so that they move at a much higher speed within a short time.
Michel Terpins is a little bit unique from other well renowned and successful rally drivers since he was able to rise to the top within a limited period. Others in the same field of specialization have had to undergo in-depth training to become competent in driving fast cars.
For the successful career and life, Michel Terpins has his father to thank. It is because his dad introduced him to the race track when Michel was just a young boy. As much as his father does not engage in rally driving, he ensured that he had capitalized on the passion and talent of his child. Michel’s father specializes in playing basketball, and he always makes a point to appear in the field even in the midst of his busy schedule.
Rally driving encompasses different categories, and Michel Terpins specializes entirely in the T1 Prototype category. He started participating in rally driving in 2002, and at first, he was riding a motorcycle. The engagement was very risky, but Michel Terpins continued to engage in the sport as he has always admired speed. As much as he did not become very fortunate in the motorcycle category, he was able to use the motorcycle platform and proceed forward and start to driving cars.
His brother, Rodrigo Terpins, is the one who motivated him to engage himself in driving rally cars. Michel Terpins saw the change of career as an excellent chance to involve himself in different categories that were associated with driving rally cars. At first, the two brothers worked together, but they later started driving different vehicles in the same category of the T1 Prototype.